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The last thing you'd expect from a man named Nickel is a car made of mahogany. (We daren't go for the wooden-Nickel joke.) But that's just what Jerry Nickel, of Apache Junction, Arizona came up with. Powered by two 500-inch Cadillac mills, each driving one set of wheels, Nickel's creation was built over four years using 1,000 board-feet of lumber, lovingly cut into over 4,000 little pieces and laminated together by five gallons of glue. We wanna know what it turns in the quarter-mile.

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