Cars covered with money... Sounds like GM bailout
Want to dress your ride to impress? We've got you covered... or at least, these car owners do. When a factory paint job doesn't rev your engine, a little creativity can attract a lot of attention. Start with a whole bunch of keys from used keyboards
Some car owners can deal with a standard, metal-bodied car only if it's been suitably disguised. The vehicle here is one such mod job, covered in what has to be thousands of computer keys. Where the keys came from, we don't know and the owner isn't saying. One thing is certain though - it has to be the only car of its, er, type.
Grass... is better on the other car
Going green is an expression for some, an obsession for others. These erstwhile polluters have turned over a new leaf, as it were, and are now part of the solution to global warming. One wonders, though, just how warm it gets under the turfy thermal blanket. As for rust issues, it's best not to ask.
Wood, and more wood...
The Tryane II purports to be an improvement over the Citroen 2CV whose underpinnings lie hidden beneath its sensuously curved polished wood body. The builder, Friend Wood, was seemingly inspired by old Morgan three-wheelers and vintage Chris Craft cruisers. The Tryane II weighs in at a mere 900 pounds, which allows the 2CV's tiny opposed twin-cylinder engine to move it along at speeds up to 100mph (more info)
Speaking of "wooden cars", nothing really compares with the "Ther" - the Temple "Car" of Lord Nellai in Tirunelveli, South India:
Compare it to the ugliness of some home-made wooden monster, spotted on the streets recently: