Somebody figured out that a Smart Car is just an off-road buggy that hasn’t put its work boots on yet. Look at this little baby go!
Small, cheap, diesel, single-cab; the Smyth Performance Volkswagen “Ute” is the answer to the internet’s perfect truck. Just get yourself an old Jetta or Golf, a Sawz-All and prepare for glory!
Don’t write this car off because it looks like the homebuilt bastard of a hot wheels car and somebody’s discount Fiero body kit. It’s pulling off some pretty impressive moves here, and hey are those road tires?
You know how the saying goes; where there’s a will, there’s a way to turn some wacky old sedan into a pickup truck. And this guy’s ’85 Chrysler 5th Avenue “truck conversion” actually came out remarkably well.
Man can’t fly but with the help of 54 drone propellers and an umbrella to protect the ol’ noggin, man can kind of fly. This mad genius made what he calls, The Swarm, which is essentially a lawn chair strapped to some metal bars and 54 counter-rotation propellers and six grouped control channels with Hobbyking…
I know next to nothing about kiteboarding and have a negative amount of knowledge when it comes to making your own carbon fiber hydrofoil and board but after watching Mat put together his gear, I felt like I’ve learned everything. There is so much cutting and sanding and drilling and layering the carbon fiber and…
Some creative Canadian cooked up with absurd chain-driven mower-based screw-propelled Max Max vehicle and we salute him.
What was once a 1985 Chevrolet S-10 was lured into some lunatic's shop of horrors and has emerged as what I'll approximate as "some kind of post-apocalyptic aristocrat's shooting brake." Plus rust. Wacky!
A Jaguar XJ with the cargo capacity of a pickup truck just might make a complete trip. You know, because you can carry all the spare parts you'll need? Zing. Regardless of reliability, this luxury sedan-turned-truck is actually pretty fetching.
Many of you good readers have brought this 1998 Honda Accord to our attention today. With good reason— it's re-goshdarn-diculous. Who builds these wacky home-brewed, zombie-cars? Why? And what are some of the greatest ones you've ever seen?
Jim O'Hara, a retired college professor, learned to fly 21 years ago. Six years later, he began construction of a two-thirds-scale P-38. He's now 81 years old and he and his wife made its maiden cross-country trip three weeks ago.