Here's one more crazy ride to close out the week : The Chupacabra by Wild Bill. I've seen flame set ups on hot rod exhausts, but never a full on 30 foot range hand operated flamethrower. This is just one of many eye catching custom cars from Wild Bill's garage.
Came to Mexico, but none of this Cabo, Cancun or any of that stuff. Came to the straight Pueblo. Very different and WAY MORE humbling experience. Very grateful at the moment. Used to come as a kid but now being older I notice more things and pay more attention. Been like 12-15 years since I was here. Only for a couple days being here but I love dads side of the family. Thank you God for letting me be here and blessing us with this. (My grandma's house is the blue one on the right lol.)
Cars. Stylish cars. Cars with attitude. Big ones. Fast ones. Old ones. New ones. Slow ones. R5million rand Ferrari's or pimped out Citi Golf's. There's just something about cars. And I want to take pics of them! • • What better way than start off small with these model cars. If you're interested go see what I'm up to @tinycarpics🚗🚙🚘🏎💨🚕
Here's another one of my favorites from The Little Car Show : The 1984 Tritan Aerocar 2 - One of 10 prototypes (7 Surviving) built by Domino's pizza which they hoped to roll out as delivery vehicles. Powered by a 440cc 30HP rotary engine, the 3 wheel design and aerodynamic shape were meant to minimize fuel use - surprisingly this early 80s design was able to whittle the power needs down to just one third of a normal car, able to reach speeds of almost 100mph with the power of a small motorcycle engine.
I wish they'd fully rolled them out, I think they look amazing, the design was way ahead of it's time, and they would be fun to see to on the road. Although, with a 17 second 0-60 time, you wouldn't want to get stuck behind one of these merging onto the freeway.