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1983 Land Rover Defender, Electric S10, Classic Fire Truck – Weird Stuff Wednesday

Darrek Olson
1983 Land Rover Defender

Are you ready for this week’s edition for Weird Stuff Wednesday? Each week we dig through the millions of vehicles on Carsforsale.com in search of the rarest, coolest, and weirdest. This week, enjoy a custom 1983 Land Rover Defender, and all-electric Chevrolet S10, and an incredible classic fire truck.

1983 Land Rover Defender

1983 Land Rover DefenderThis 1983 Land Rover Defender has a ton of tasteful customizations, while maintaining the nostalgia of the classic British off-roader. With a black and silver exterior, black leather interior, roof rack, Safari Snorkel, custom LED lighting, and more, this ’83 Defender is a head-turner. This Land Rover Defender is powered by a 3.5L V8 with a 5-speed manual and AWD. You couldn’t ask for a cooler Land Rover than this.


All-Electric 1999 Chevrolet S10

all-electric Chevy S10Did you know Chevrolet made and all-electric S10? This Chevy S10 EV is one of the few. Built between 1996 and 1999, the electric Chevrolet S10 was mostly used as a fleet vehicle or a lease-only vehicle, and most were crushed following the lease. About 60 of these were actually sold, leaving around 440 that were in fleets or leased. This specific S10 has been returned to her former glory, with new fresh paint and detailing.


1933 Ahrens-Fox CT4 Fire Truck

classic fire truckThis rare 1933 Ahrens-Fox CT4 fire truck is allegedly 1 of 5 ever built! Powered by a massive 935 cu. in. 6-cylinder engine, this classic fire truck could pump around 1000 gallons of water per minute. This huge truck produces around 210 hp and has a 3-speed manual transmission. This blast from the past was certainly one of the most effective fire-fighting vehicles of its time.


See a vehicle on Carsforsale.com that should be featured in our next edition of Weird Stuff Wednesday? Send us a link in the comments below!

Darrek Olson
Darrek Olson

Darrek is an enthusiast driver who values the journey more than the destination. A self-proclaimed Miata fanboy, his obscure knowledge of cars sometimes prevents him from remembering what he had for breakfast.

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