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Minnesota Farmer Builds a Roadster (9 pics)

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This crazy roadster was built by Minnesota farmer. It has a Chevrolet S-10 pickup chassis with a V8 engine and can cruise 65 mph (100 km/h).

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№1 Author: Jimmy Johnson (19 Aug 2012 22:28) Total user comments: 5518


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Form follows the function.
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№2 Author: fairmania (20 Aug 2012 00:03) Total user comments: 1415


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There is a point in everyones life when your closest friend is allowed to say "Wait! Let's think this over before you do something stupid."

This man may have no friends.......

.... and the truck needs some work too! An oddity for sure.
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№3 Author: Slugsie (20 Aug 2012 01:54) Total user comments: 1315


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I'm guessing there are no, over very lax, road safety requirements in Minnesota. That's a dangerous monstrosity.
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№4 Author: Brak61 (20 Aug 2012 05:07) Total user comments: 645


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Too much time, too much imagination, way too little money. How in the hell did the Minnesota DMV issue tags for that piece of crap? 51
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№5 Author: Shadoglare (20 Aug 2012 05:22) Total user comments: 482


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Yeah, that thing isn't even remotely road legal. I'm guessing he got the plates by telling the state he was registering an S10 pickup.
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№6 Author: Louie (20 Aug 2012 05:50) Total user comments: 8189


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№7 Author: Hott Bill (20 Aug 2012 09:43) Total user comments: 296


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I fucking love my state.
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№8 Author: johnny Reynoso (20 Aug 2012 19:51) Total user comments: 3712


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07 JAJAJAJAJA CARCACHA
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№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (20 Aug 2012 20:04) Total user comments: 2784


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And you can even milk the cow!
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№10 Author: Lu (20 Aug 2012 21:24) Total user comments: 14851


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A piece of art in its own right, bro. Shows you what can be done with parts out of your scrap heap. 04
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№11 Author: adzhoe (9 Dec 2012 02:09) Total user comments: 14959


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Can't see it being street legal or anywhere near safe, he must way out in the middle of nowhere
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