The seller of this oddimobile says it’s a Mad Max car and we see a lot of rat rod with the right Max touches. Apparently, some – or all – of this unit was once a 1948 Plymouth. We see it in the rear (maybe), but the interior doesn’t look right. What do you think? Continue reading “Mad Max” Rat Rod based on 1948 Plymouth
If you’re a huge fan of the Fallout video game series, this is the Chevy Astro for you. If not, well, it’s just an interesting midi-van. Continue reading Fallout Fans, Here’s Your Chevy Astro Evacuation Vehicle!
Anyone who knows 80s cars knows Chevy never made a convertible S10 Blazer, so this is a custom job, but it does look like it was meant to be. The V8 swap solves the extreme slowness problem these had, but we worry that the lack of a proper top means you’re screwed if you take more than one friend with you and it starts to rain. Continue reading Open-Top S10 Blazer with SBC Swap!
I remember these from infomercials or ads in the 80s, and possibly from the State Fair, but I never really understood the choice of the SCAT name. If this comes with a VHS tape, don’t watch it – especially it there’s any German writing on it! Continue reading More Fun than its Name? SCAT Hovercraft
This is the sort of thing one finds at Nashville’s amazing Lane Motor Museum, but this isn’t their example. The seller did, however, copy the ad text from their site!
From the microcar files, we have this Zoe Zipper, which was a rebadged Mitsuoka Motors BUBU 501. This little three-wheeler was supposedly capably of 45 miles per hour, but we imagine that’s terrifying. Regardless, we love it! Continue reading Zoe Zipper Three Wheeler
Here we have what is claimed to be a factory racer built upon a highly unusual vehicle: The Simca 1204. Continue reading 1969 Simca 1204 Factory Rally Car Project