Car-enthusiast cop Jeff Bloch has converted an abandoned Cessna aircraft into a car. Using parts from a Toyota van Jeff even takes the vehicle through drive throughs and fills up at petrol stations. The car reached top speeds of 70mph at a South Carolina race.
Rick Sullivan drives his upside down truck with his dog Murray in Clinton, Illinois. Rick spent six months and $6,000 building the topsy-turvy truck from the parts of two separate vehicles. The road-legal car is created from a 1991 Ford Ranger pickup truck with a 1995 F-150 pickup truck body placed over the top – upside down.
Car enthusiast and a member of the U.S. Military, hated the silver color of the Nissan Skyline GTR sports car so he and his artist wife decided to transform the casual car into a one-of-a-kind work of art. While he worked on the car’s insides, she started doodling on a few scratches on the bumper. 100 hours of work later, this became a wonderfully intricate piece of art covering the whole car.
Firefighters were amazed to discover that despite the vehicle being crushed into a barely recognizable shape, a man and a woman were somehow still alive and calling for help.
The shocking accident took place in Quingdao in eastern China’s Shandong province when a shipping container toppled over, shedding its load on to the car containing the two man and woman. Firefighters arrived the scene and were expecting nobody could have survived the shocking accident, but they heard a woman calling for help from within the twisted metal.
Beautiful Volkswagen Beetle Created Out of Oak wood by Momir Bojic, from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Everything from bonnet to the gearstick was carved in his garden workshop. Apart from his home town, Momir says, he has driven his precious through some of the neighboring countries and where ever he went, it would draw crowds of people amazed by this unique wooden Volkswagen Beetle.