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The World’s Craziest Car Creations

What Happens When Imagination Looks More Real Than Reality…?
Under simple frame of idea a car is considered to be a four-wheeled transportation device with a couple of seats, a steering wheel and some semblance of a body covering the engine, suspension and other oily bits, by almost all of us. But undoubtedly there is a scope of immense creativity within these parameters, but for a certain group … well, let’s just say they’ve been practicing out of box thinking

In the following gallery, we’ve put across together a pool of 12 crazy cars that flout convention. Objects or things that you usually see in your house including a dining table capable of 180 km/h, a drivable camera, and yes, even a motorized living room inspired countless. And to your astonishment yes, the majority of these vehicles are fully registered and street-legal.!

You will be bowled over at some, and wonder what would have been the maker’s degree of craziness that he created these off the wall but undeniably cool creations.


This mobile table is the crazy invention of Perry Watkins. A nitrous-injected, V8-powered Queen Anne-style dining designed to dare all the fellow mates. It set the record for the title of World’s Fastest Furniture in 2010; over 500 metres, the table was clocked at over 180 km/h!
Don’t be confused with the Stig-like figure at the table. He isn’t actually the driver; the real driver sits just beneath the roasted turkey.



The Hot Desk

Well if you are too tired to go to office you may easily take your work home or say you may take your desk home. The Hot Desk is a serial weird-car constructor Edd China taking work home with him in his office car, All of a car’s normal features and controls have been incorporated into the deskware; the mouse is the horn, the ignition is in a briefcase, and the computer keyboard the steering wheel. It really is some kind of office with a top speed of 140 km/h isn’t it! It’s been officially certified by the Guinness Book of World Records for being the fastest office.



Mobile Golf Hole

Question does arise here that why would you want a golf hole on the roof of your car, let alone one as worryingly unstable as this looks.
Nonetheless, Tony Anchor and David Greenwood clearly did, and they made bunkers and potted plants to complete this tricky par four.



Double Living Room

Jay Ohrberg is the proud creator of this giant eight-seat living room-inspired limousine is. We are still not sure why he built it, but he is glad he did.
Whereas Ohrberg might not be a household name, you would have by any chance seen some of his work – he was the man behind Super Dave Osborne’s cars, as well as the world’s longest limousine.



The Cottage Car

Tired of trailer-towing cars and consider them a menace, try getting stuck behind a 17th-century thatched cottage.
Under the bodywork is the running gear of a classic Mini.



The Shoe Car

The shoe car is an electrically powered one-off made in China car that can hotfoot it up to 30 km/h and travel 400 kilometres on a single charge.
It is at least better than many other modern electric vehicles that are not based on fashionable drawls.



Sofa Car

Inventor Edd China created the Sofa Car for those occasions when you are so late for work that there isn’t even time to get off the sofa. This creation can really get you to your workplace in no time as this sofa tops out at nearly 150 km/h. Amazed? We too!



The Camera Car

Jay Ohrberg is another name for crazy inventions. This brainchild of his makes driver peer out of the camera’s viewfinder, which may not make for the greatest visibility while driving along.



The Guitar Car

If music is your hobbyhorse then have a look here. Jay Ohrberg gets the road all-musical with this Cadillac-based giant guitar design creation.




Well normally the fun that comes with speedboat ownership can only start once you’ve got the thing to your car and lugged it down to the sea. Underneath the bodywork of the custom boat is a Reliant Regal chassis and running gear. Equation is upside down completely now when sea is replace by road!



Toilet Car

This ingenious creation, to counter all the conventions, is made by Dave Hersch and his 10-year-old son Miles to save time on a long car journey. The Toilet car has ‘twin-bowl’ design that includes space for two, and beaks of trailing toilet paper and a magazine rack.



The Toaster car

We saw designs made to save time, designs for when you have no time etc here rumours say that the owner of this toaster car lives in a giant stick of butter shaped house proved tenuous but we would really like to know where did he bought that loaf of bread from.

August 8th, 2011    1 Comment »

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