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Weird Stuff Wednesday – Saleen S7, Lamborghini Murcielago, Wooden Ford Ranger

Darrek Olson
Saleen S7

Every week, we find 3 rare, weird, and cool cars on Carsforsale.com and feature them in what we call Weird Stuff Wednesday. This edition features a 2003 Saleen S7, a 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640, and a wooden Ford Ranger.

2003 Saleen S7

2003 Saleen S7Signed by Steve Saleen himself, this 2003 Saleen S7 is an amazing supercar. Powered by a naturally aspirated 7.0L V8 engine, the Saleen S7 can travel 0-60 mph in just over 3 seconds. Assembled in the USA, these supercars were produced between 2005 and 2009. And like every good supercar, it comes with scissor doors.


2010 Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4

lamborghini murcielagoSticking with the supercar theme, check out this beautiful Lamborghini Murcielago. The Murcielago is an epic performance car as is, with a 6.5L V12 engine, but this Murcielago features a rear spoiler and beautiful, simple rear decal. As if you’d need more help standing out while driving a Lambo, the beautiful matte black and white exterior is phenomenal. According to the seller, this particular car is 1 of 186.

1994 Wooden Ford Ranger

Wooden Ford RangerStepping away from fast cars, check out the unique wooden Ford Ranger. This beach cruiser, built on a 1994 Ford Ranger frame, probably has more lumber than metal. With cool features like a front winch, “American Made” sign, and painted decals on the front, this is the perfect ride for any beach-goer.



Find a vehicle on Carsforsale.com that belongs in the 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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    UK December 24, 2015

    That’s an LP 670-4 not 640


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