1. The Electric egg
This 3 wheeled car was designed in 1942 by Paul Arzens. The car used 3 rechargeable batteries and travelled at a top speed of 70km/h
2. Norman Timbs Special
This car was designed and built in 1948. This is still special up to now. There is no other car which resembles this one thus it makes it remains unique. The used Buick Straight 8 engine and it could travel 120km/h.
The car was basically built for sports. It has 3.3 liter engine which ensured that 175 horsepower’s were produced during racing.
4. Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic Coupe
It was designed in 1932. The car used a V8 engine which produced 75 horsepower’s. The car was sold in 2016 for $770, 000 in an auction.
5. The 1953 XP- 21 Firebird 1
The car was shaped like a bird that is why it was given that name. The car was designed by General motors company in 1953. The car was fitted with a Whirlfire Turbo Power gas turbine engine which ensured that it produced 370 horsepower’s.
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