The Weirdest Vehicles in the World

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Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni holds a bicycle made of cardboard in
Moshav Ahituv September 24. According to Gafni, the car has the potential to become a means of
transport in the busiest cities. In addition, it is also cheap
and helps poor people in Africa get around.


Sudhakar Yadav drives a hockey stick in Hyderabad, India on
March 10, 2007.
Yadav built this car to cheer the Indian hockey team to attend the world tournament that year.


Mr. Li Zhiyuan rides a floating vehicle with recycled materials in Hefei,
Anhui province on May 28, 2007. It took Li a month and less than $20 to create
this hybrid bike-raft vehicle.


Takashi Sudo, a student at Osaka Sangyo University, sits in a car powered
by Panasonic AA “Oxyride” batteries in Tokyo August 4, 2007. The car then
set a world record when it reached an average speed of 105.95 km / h.


Artist Frank Boelter sits on a paper lifeboat in Lauenburg, Germany
on August 23, 2007. The 170 square meter boat is a product of an exhibition
called “When the world ends” organized by Boelter.


The guitar-shaped bike is 12m long, 5m high, created by Mr. Didi Senft in Germany (56 years old) in 2008.


Another fish-shaped bike was created by Didi Senft in March 2007. 

Lei Zhiqian rides a bicycle with a float on the water in the Hanjiang River,
Hubei province on June 16, 2010.
 

A man rides a rudimentary motorcycle at an exhibition in Logoisk, Belarus on July 24, 2010. 

A worker paints a three-wheeler in the shape of a woman’s handbag in Hyderabad, India
on August 4, 2010. The car can reach a maximum speed of 45 km / h.
 

A wind-powered car is
driven by German drivers Dirk Gion and Stefan Simmerer in Australia on February 15, 2011. The car traveled more than 5,000km from Perth to Sydney.
 

A monster motorcycle decorated by designer Didi Senft of Berlin, Germany, in this photo
taken on April 26, 2011.
 

On February 9, Pascal Prokop of Mettmenstetten, Switzerland installed an entire
wood-burning fireplace in his Volvo 240 to combat the cold.
 

A worker runs from a high-heeled car in Hyderrabad, India on March 7.
This is one of many creations by automotive designer Sudhakar Yadav
to celebrate International Women’s Day. The car can reach a top speed of 45km/h.
 

Mr. Istvan Puskas of Tiszaors, Hungary, poses for a photo next to a wooden motorcycle on June 14.
Mr. Puskas (52 years old) is a tractor driver and took 2 years to build the vehicle.


Designer Sudhakar Yadav drives a car shaped like a billiard table during a show in
Hyderabad, India November 11, 2009. The car has a 150cc engine and
reaches a speed of 45 km/h.     

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