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This Is What Happens When You Combine A WW2 Tank And A Chevy V8
It seems like less and less people are building their own cars as time goes on. It’s a talent that few have, and those that do have it should be celebrated. Meet Ontario, Canada resident Shawn Cormier. Shawn created the “Tankenstein” using a WW2 tank chassis (it has the bullet holes to prove it) and a 305 small block V8 engine. The total horsepower is around 175, and the car can only do about 50 mph. But hey, it cost Cormier less than $2k to build, and from the looks of it, we’d say it was worth it. Take a look at Tankenstein for yourself, right here.