Companies that restore and bring retro cars back to their authentic looks often have to deal with a heap of rusty iron that hardly reminds a vehicle as their source material. It’s difficult to imagine how much effort it takes them to create a shiny great-looking car. But thanks to Precision Restorations Company from St.Louis that has finished a very unusual project, it’s now possible.
A drunk woman managed to turn Hummer H2 into a heap of metal in Lithuania. The 28-year-old woman exceeded the speed limit and missed her turn. The car ran off the road and flipped over. The woman and her companion weren’t injured, and even a pack of beer remained unbroken.
The man had imported this Hummer H2 from the USA only a few days before this accident. What a waste of money…
Do you remember our previous part of Weird Car Crashes? This time you’ll find new unexplained accidents after the jump. These drivers either fell asleep behind the wheel or were very unattentive to get in such unusual car crashes.
These cars all had some sort off wierd body modifications to them. It was a way of proving it can be done, even if it looks wild or crazy someone loved it.
Honk if you like music! This car is named the Pico de Gallo aka the Spicy Salsa. It is a Volkswagen Beetle covered in working musical instruments.
Apparently a water main broke in Manhattan leaving cars covered in ice. But one of the cars got most affected by it. It was completely frozen with a sick layer of ice on it. In addition, when the owner of this car touched the back glass of the car, it collapsed. Eventually a crew came to the rescue and steamed the car free of its icy encasement.