Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

For the average consumer, there seems to be a special ride out there for everyone. Whether it be a sports car, muscle car, suv or pickup; the list goes on. But what about the not-so-average consumer? Maybe someone who enjoys collecting toenail clippings or spending their free time reading ingredient labels on the back of soup cans. Need not worry, you strange and marvelous character, we’ve found some of the most out there custom vehicles you could ever imagine. Although not necessarily practical, or cool, or good looking, these one-of-a kind homemade rides will get you from point A to B while displaying your unique character flaws all the while. Predator Motorcycle:

Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

Designed by artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn out of completely recyclable materials, this Predator modeled motorbike is only one of many creative works that the Bangkok-based artist sells around the world. Wood-Fired Stove Volvo 240:

Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

Swiss winters can be brutal. So brutal in fact, that one Pascal Prokop managed to turn his 1990 Volvo 240 wagon into a wood-fired stove burning machine. Not only does the stove manage to keep Prokop warm in freezing temperatures, but it’s completely legal thanks to a permit by the Swiss technical inspection authority. “Klingelfisch” Bicycle

Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

Well, uhm, this giant fish thing on top of a bicycle comes from the completely sane mind of bicycle designer Didi Senft. Comprised of nearly 10,000 cycle bell plates, this truly unique bike can transport two people…I think. Self-Made Racing Car:

Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

Designed completely from scratch by a farmer and mechanic son duo, this home racing car from the Liaoning Province, China, is said to travel at a top speed of 40-60 mph, and it has a couch. Giant High-Heel Shoe:

Five of the Strangest Homemade Rides

This giant pink high-heel was created and designed with help of Marikina City officials in order to attempt to revive the slacking local shoe market. Modeled over a Japanese motorcycle the output sits at 1,000cc and cost near 91,000 pesos ($1,600). Source: Yahoo Photo Credit: Reuters

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