Strange Cars Ever Produced

1. Pool Table Car

A great advantage when driving Pool Table Car is that it is extremely attractive to beautiful young girls.
Some great ideas start out as a joke between friends, and the “legendary” custom car below is no different. It is officially called Pool Table Car, a convertible car that can go 160 km / h even though behind is an entire semi-snooker.

Pool Table Car – The unique car cum “pool table” in the world

The Pool Table Car is one of the most famous and unusual vehicles in the world, and perhaps the most iconic Chevrolet Monte Carlos. More specifically, it is a 1999 or 2000 Monte Carlo converted into a pool table on wheels, and adds some nice equipment such as a sound system, TV screen, a ” bar” (actually just like a refrigerator) and even a place to play darts.
At present, the fate of the Pool Table Car is unknown. Fiscella’s business hasn’t mentioned it since 2016, when it was still rented for $200 an hour or $10,000 a month. At that time, they even planned to upgrade it by changing the front half of the car to a Chevrolet Camaro, Rolls-Royce or Bentley.

2. The phone car

The Phone Car was created by business owner Howard Davis. The Phone Car has been featured in many books including Ripley’s, Art Cars, Guinness, Motor Trend and Weekly World News.
It has also been in many TV news features and in the documentary film “Automorphosis” as well as the Petersen Automotive Museum in Beverly Hills, as part of the exhibition called Wild Wheels: Art for the Road.

Phone Car is built on a 1975 Volkswagen Beetle chassis

​The Phone Car is built on a 1975 Volkswagen Beetle chassis. It has an aluminum body and a tinted windshield which allows the driver to see clearly. It has a telephone ringer as its horn, so instead of a honk it rings!

3. S Upside Down Ford F150

American car repairer Rick Sullivan from Clinton, Illinois, saw this otherwise tragic situation and became inspired. A flipped-over Ford Ranger that Rick was called to help rescue gave him the idea to make an upside-down convertible truck. Using a Ranger chassis and floorpan, he custom welded chassis parts and the body of a Ford F-150 that would have its life turned upside-down forever.

Illinois man builds a drivable upside down pickup truck

Powering the beast is a 91 Ford Ranger four-cylinder engine. Rick loves taking his dog and nephews to spook onlookers in his topsy-turvy creation. Rick promises there is more on the way, with another project on the horizon.

4. Peel P50

The Peel P50 is a three-wheeled microcar originally made from 1962 to 1965 by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man, and then from 2011 to present. It was listed in the 2010 Guinness World Records as the smallest production car ever made.
Designed as a city car, it was advertised in the 1960s as capable of seating “one adult and a shopping bag.” The vehicle’s only door was on its left side and equipment included a single windscreen wiper and one headlight. Standard colours were Daytona White, Dragon Red, and Dark Blue. The 1963 model retailed for £199 when new (about £6,600 in 2019, or US$8,500). The company produced 50 P50s, of which 27 are known to still exist, one of which was sold for a record US$176,000 at a Sotheby’s auction in March 2016.

52-year-old super small car has the same price as a super car

In 2010 Peel Engineering Ltd. in England reinstated manufacturing of the P50 and Trident models from its premises in Sutton-in-Ashfield, England. Externally this car is very similar to the original, with the same dimensions and kerb weight as the original, but with mechanical differences in the suspension, steering, and drive-train, and a fully functioning reverse gear, ensuring they are road-legal under today’s rules. Production included petrol models with a 49 cc four-stroke engine and electric models with an electric moped motor and gelled-electrolyte batteries. The top speed of both cars is about 28 mph (45 km/h).

5. Rinspeed sQuba

The Rinspeed sQuba is the first car that can actually ‘fly’ under water. You drive the car into the water and the car floats. That is, until you crack the door to let the water in. Three motors are located in the rear. One provides propulsion on land, the other two drive the screws for underwater motoring. The occupants’ breathing air comes from an integrated tank of compressed air.SQuba features mother-of-pearl trim and diamond-plated non-slip inlays from KGS Diamond.

The car can move underwater like on land

High-tech VDO instrument cluster and controls allow controlling all vehicle functions even while submerged. Even the Motorex lubricants used in the ‘sQuba’ are biodegradable.
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