Weird Stuff Wednesday – Model A Street Rod, Dually H1, 1986 Roadster

Car lovers, unite. It’s Weird Stuff Wednesday, and we’ve found 3 awesome vehicles on that you have to see to believe. This week features a Dually H1, an unbelievable 1968 custom roadster, and a 1923 Ford Model A street rod. With millions to choose from on, there’s always plenty of rare, unique, and weird vehicles to enjoy.

2010 Hummer H1 Replica

Custom Hummer H1Check out this 2010 Hummer H1 replica. Yes, that’s a dually in the back. If you’re ready to tear up the mud, this Hummer is for you. Notable features include chameleon paint scheme, 4.3L engine, black rims, and a winch. It’s an awesome custom package designed specifically for off-road fun.


1923 Model A Street Rod

Ford Model A street rodThis 1923 Ford Model A Street Rod not only has a cool, nostalgic look, but it has also been built for performance. The engine is a 1957 Dodge KD 500 Hemi, with a Torqueflite 727 Automatic Transmission and Lokar Shifter. On the rear end, there’s a 15 gallon beer keg fuel tank. Take a look at the 64 pictures of this ride for yourself on

1986 Custom Roadster

custom motorcycleThe grand finale of today’s Weird Stuff Wednesday is this amazing 1986 Custom Roadster. Although it looks like a motorcycle, this customized ride is technically a street legal car. The custom murals, pin striping, 33 inch rear tires, rear spoiler, and tag-a-long custom trailer are just a few perks that make this roadster amazing.

Powering this impressive ride is a 1975 Ford Pinto 2.8L V6. Although you would expect handlebars to steer this vehicle, it actually utilizes a small custom Ron Finch steering wheel with an 8-ball steering wheel knob. This is certainly one of the most unique “cars” we’ve ever seen.

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