With the help of his friends, 21-year-old Alex Kelsey was able to build his own rally car in his family’s garage. He calls it the MC2 – the Mad Creation 2 – a road legal car that can go from 0 to 124mph in just 7 seconds. More here.
Cory Alexander made a life-size replica of Sasha, the Heavy’s Minigun in Team Fortress 2. It weighs 30lbs., has lights and sound effects as well as music and sound bites from the game. Skip to 3:50 for the demo. More on The RPF.
Arnd Rohrlapper is an avid fan of 70s F1 cars, so he had Kaffemaschine build this custom bike decked in the black-and-gold of the JPS Lotus cars. The bike is based on the beloved Moto Guzzi Le Mans Mk.3, tweaked to produce 85hp.
Etsy shop Adzias Jewelry Atelier can add a fingerprint of your choice to their rings and wedding bands. The rings come in a variety of designs and metals. You can also add other engravings such as text, numbers or signatures.
Now you can order custom Ray-Ban sunglasses online. Choose one of seven models and customize the color or material of its frame, lens, case and temple tips. You can also have the case and temple tips engraved.
Commissioned by a security camera company, custom motorcycle builder Chicara Nagata modded a ’66 Little Honda P25 and used a 2MP Sony camera as its headlights and taillights. He also added two more cameras to the bike’s body.
Benny Palmeri turned a Nike Kobe 9 Elite Maestro into a replica of the limited edition Nike MAGBack to the Future shoes. They may not have built-in lights, but at least the swoosh and the outsole glow in the dark.
The Zetros is a 6×6 all-wheel drive vehicle with a 326hp 2.7L 6-cylinder engine. These two units were custom built for hunting in Mongolia. It has modern amenities such as a marbled bathroom, a bedroom, a 46″ TV and a quad bike bay.
The Eve is the polar opposite of Bandit9’s Nero Mk II. It’s equally pencil-thin, but all chrome and curves. Based on a ’67 Honda SS, it will be available in 90cc to 125cc engines. It will also be available with a bronze finish.
Austin, Texas bike shop Revival Cycles modified a ’75 Moto Guzzi 850T into an elegant and raw bike; beauty and the beast in one form. Its brushed metal parts contrast nicely with the brown leather seat, grips and exhaust.
The Snakebit is a 1956 F-100 modified in the style of classic Shelby Mustangs. It has a 550hp 5.4L supercharged V8 engine and a custom stretched out body. It will be auctioned in 2014 to raise funds for a children’s hospital.
Based on the Chevy 3100 Thriftmaster, this 2-door pickup truck marries old school looks with modern amenities, including a 5.3L V8 engine that produces 435hp and 458lb.ft. of torque, touchscreen dash and even a Wi-Fi router.
Dallas-based Starwood Motors make extreme yet stylish Jeep Wrangler mods. The El Diablo, Adventure and Full Metal Jacket have a 285hp 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine, Kevlar coating and Skyjacker suspension. Videos here.
A sharp and skinny mod of the Chang Jiang 750 motorcycle. Bandit9 made tons of custom parts for the Nero, including the tank, rear cowl, handlebars and fork. Even the matte black paint is their own mix. Price available upon request.
Craftsman and Alloy Welding turned a 52″ tool chest into a home theater cabinet. They hollowed out all but two of the drawers in front and made swing-out speaker compartments as well as a remote-controlled retractable TV mount.
The personal ride of Jeremy Tagand, the head mechanic at Deus Ex Machina Australia. Based on an ’84 Yamaha SR400, the bike has a custom stretch swingarm, Öhlins shocks, custom twin mufflers and a sweet chrome and gold finish.
MFEO’s rustic-meets-retro Rohe club chair features 100 year old reclaimed Douglas Fir barn wood slats, which were biscuit joined, glued and sanded into one piece and paired with a vintage mid-century chrome frame.
Great Stark! It wasn’t long ago that we thought improving on the Nike MAGs from Back to the Future II was impossible. That was before we saw this awesome Iron Man inspired custom paint job by shoe design maniac Mache.
Boba-Motoring’s insane 16Vampir VW Golf is turbocharged to 1,013hp. It goes from 0 to 60mph in 2.3s and tops out at nearly 200mph. What’s that? You have a Bugatti Veyron SS and a Nissan GT-R? Watch this and weep.
A one-off bike made by El Solitario, the Trimotoro is an ’85 Moto Guzzi V65 that looks like it was modified in a junkyard using spare parts from robotic insects. It is at once raw and playful. Outdoor images by Bubble Visor.