Best of Weird Stuff Wednesday 2015

For the last 364 days, we’ve searched for the coolest, weirdest, craziest vehicles we could find. After digging through thousands upon thousands of vehicles, this is the grand finale. Of the millions on, here is the weirdest of the weird. Thanks for reading over the last year, and get excited for more crazy cars throughout 2016!

Mercedes-Benz G-Class

SMercedes-Benz G-Class till on, this Mercedes-Benz G-Class is one of the most incredible, expensive vehicles we’ve seen in a while. For just under $1,000,000, you could own this 6-wheeled beast. According to the seller, only 60 of these were made. Powered by a big 5.5L twin turbo V8 engine with 536 hp, this behemoth can travel 0-60 in under 8 seconds. The interior is overly luxurious, with all the amenities and features you could imagine. Be sure to check out the rest of the pictures.

1995 Lotec C1000

Lotec C1000Who could forget this sports car? When a wealthy citizen of the UAE decided he wanted to own the fastest car in the world, the Lotec C1000 was born. Mercedes-Benz and Lotus were contracted to build this machine. Powered by a twin turbo charged 5.6L V8, the Lotec C1000 can do 0-60 in around 3.2 seconds, and 0-125 in around 8 seconds. It has a top speed of 262 mph, and is powered by a mixture of unleaded gas and aviation fuel. This is a rare, beautiful, amazing piece of automotive history.

1989 Batmobile

1989 BatmobileOne of our most popular Weird Stuff Wednesday articles of all time included this awesome 1989 Batmobile. Do you need a vehicle that will help you protect Gotham City? Batman fans rejoice, this 1989 Batmobile is still on This amazing replica from the 1992 movie, Batman Returns, has a 350 Corvette engine. While it doesn’t look street legal, it is still decked out with the latest driving tech. Due to minimal visibility, it has a 360 degree camera in the cockpit. The racing-style seats in combination with a Batman-esque set of gauges and switches complete the ensemble perfectly.

1974 Plymouth Barracuda

1974 Plymouth BarracudaThis 1974 Plymouth Barracuda was an absolute beast. Unfortunately, it’s no longer available on, but we can still drool over the picture as we say our last goodbyes. The huge 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 with a Weiand 871 blower in this dragster could produce 750 horsepower! Even if you don’t notice the engine, the paint perfectly revives a ‘70s color palate. Very few custom paint jobs look this good. The attention to detail given to this car, both inside and out, is absolutely incredible.

1950 Chevy Monster Truck

Chevy Monster TruckFor all the monster truck fans out there, this Chevy monster truck was a reader-favorite in 2015. The body of this 1950 Chevrolet Classic is jacked up on 44 inch tires. This ’50 Chevy now has a 454 big block Chevy engine. The black background and green flames are inspired from one of the world’s most popular monster trucks, Grave Digger.

2008 Ford Mustang GT Red Mist Edition

Ford Mustang Red Mist EditionIt’s no surprise that this car was another fan-favorite on Weird Stuff Wednesday. This incredible 2008 Ford Mustang GT Red Mist edition is 1 of 3 replicas created. In the movie Kick-Ass, the villain of the movie, Red Mist, drove a Mustang just like this one. Whether you liked the movie or not, this 2008 Red Mist Mustang is impressive. The custom body kit with “Torch Red” paint job and Red Mist logo creates the perfect look for a villain car. According to the seller, this project took 5 months and over $100,000 to complete!

1953 Flxible Bus

1953 Flxible BusAccording to the seller, this 1953 Flxible Bus, named “Creamsicle”, is acclaimed as the West Coast Award Winning, “Most Beautiful Flxible in the World.” That’s no surprise to us. The throwback paint scheme features chrome, sea foam green, vanilla milkshake, coral, a purple beauty line, and forest green interior. The inside of this bus is nearly as impressive as the outside. It features all amenities you would expect in an RV plus an outside entertainment center, remote luggage door, Marilyn Monroe fluorescent radio, bar area, lighted cabinets, lighted mirror dice, and much more.

We certainly haven’t found them all. If you find a weird vehicle on that should be featured in a 2016 edition of Weird Stuff Wednesday, send us a link in the comments below!