You thought your car was weird? Check out these ten frankensteins.
6.5 hp, 32 mph and as many rolls of paper you need. It's not like a poo-powered car, but close enough.
Jeff Bloch is a police officer. He is also the lunatic who turned an old Cessna into a LeMons fighter. Speedy Cop indeed.
Suggested By: Brian, The Life of
If you think about it, using this shape for a custom vehicle makes a lot of sense, but it stays on the crazy side.
Suggested By: POD, Photo Credit: Google Plus
CalzoneGolem gives you a very fast bike with more grip and a safety cell. Best of both worlds:
It is a Hayabusa with a Suzuki Carry welded to the front. Oh yeah. Porsche wheels because ... actually I don't have a clue.
Guess what! ridered777 actually drove this deathtrap at the 24HOL last year:
Good chance for shameless plug - the "racecar" I drove at Loudon last year in 24HOL, Speedy and gang won IOE...
Hat tip to the team!
Suggested By: ridered777
Jean Pierre Ponthieu created this as some sort of promotional vehicle in the seventies. Powered by a 250cc one-cylinder engine, it came with hydraulic suspension and hot French women.
Pretty much all the vehicles are crazy at the Burning Man, but this three-storey Victorian house takes the crown.
According to Pitchblende, you have to type "Bierkiste mit motor" into YouTube for the miracle to happen. Germans are obsessed with their beer.
Suggested By: Pitchblende
This Brooke 25/30-HP was build for a Brit living in India in 1910! (for sure one of the oldest weird cars) and it has some strange features, like:
- Glowing eyes for the Swan face
- Exhaust powered 8 tone horn operated via a keyboard in the car
- Ship like telegraph to instruct the driver
- Steam to clear out the people around the car
- brushes to clean the tires while driving
Suggested By: Robkg
So...you see the reality turned into an OutRun track. Sounds safe...
Suggested By: Dicilious
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