Can you imagine a car made ​​with cans of Coca -Cola ? Or one that has the shape of a camera? And what we say of a shoe-shaped vehicle? We’ve been around the world looking for rare models from around the globe and we assure you, we have found some good ones!

Camera Car

Camera Car

Camera Car

This model is created by Jay Ohrberg, one of the manufacturers and car collectors with more impact on the world of film and television. On this particular vehicle, the driver faces the camera viewfinder to drive, but I do not think you have much visibility.

German soldier car

German soldier car

German soldier car

Among the collection of Jay Ohrberg you can find the original DeLorean “Back to the Future”, a replica of Ecto -1, the “Ghostbusters”car or the Ford Gran Torino from ” Starsky and Hutch”. In this picture we see another vehicle in his collection, racing car designed to look like the Wehrmacht infantry.

Coca-Cola car

Coca-Cola car

Coca-Cola car

This car is made of thousands of Coca –Cola cans and was exposed during the premiere of the James Bond film “Quantum of Solace” at a cinema in Hangzhou, China.

Ghost car

Ghost car

Ghost car

William Burge from Houston, Texas, built this machine on a 1968 Volkswagen Beetle. It is simply called the “ghost”, and could well be inspired by the facade of a gothic cathedral. What we do know is if we would be scared if you see in our rear view mirror during a dark and foggy night.

Shoe car

Shoe car

Shoe car

It is like something out of the series of “Inspector Gadget”, but it is real. Made in China, this vehicle mounted an electric motor that achieves 30 km / h and travel 400 miles on a single charge. That’s better than many of the modern electric vehicles that do not rely on fashion sandals.

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