Helge Meyer was on a mission.
In the early 1990s, a former Danish special forces soldier felt a calling from God to go to Bosnia and provide humanitarian aid during the Bosnian War.
With the help of the US Army, he was able to fulfil that mission, driving through dangerous conditions to deliver relief to citizens of the war-torn country with only his Bible and a tricked-out  Camaro – the Ghost Car.
War History Online
“And do you see that extra panel under the front of the car? Well, that’s not just a panel….it’s a mine-clearing blade. And if you take a closer look at the radiator grill, you’ll notice a cute yellow rubber duck.”
Links where I found the story are defunct / deleted for some reason. A search for Helge Meyer and/or Bosnian Ghost Car produces many results.
Electric MIMIC e-bike design by Russian designer Roman Dolzhenko.
Nope nope nope nope and f’n nope.
…with a California handicap license plate. Step right up. 😀
Looks like an Olds Alero ’40 Ford Tow Mater undergoing hormone therapy. Nice spoiler, too.
[Found here. There’s another cool hybrid here.]
[UPDATE: Here’s the same mashup in progress!]
Looks like a
1987 Toyota Celica 2005 Honda Accord [?] retrofit courtesy of Honda. If he did it right, it’ll run forever, but it needs a plywood spoiler. And, nope, the double yellow doesn’t mean a damn thing.
What a great ride, but there’s only one problem: Where are the hot chicks going to sit?
Stuck in traffic? No prob. “Outta my way, butthead!”
You shall be vaporized in T-minus 10 seconds and counting…
[Found here, and yeah, that’s a Messerschmitt KR175.]