Sunday, June 3, 2012

Steam-driven car?



I've not seen anything like this before, but it appears to be some kind of steam-driven automobile.

22 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

Huuu... looks very unsafe, is this permited?

petrolin50 said...

It is true that I also have not seen anything like it. An interesting car roof surface. If the car ran on cheap energy, why not? Sincerely, Peter.

RedPat said...

I doubt that you'll see another.

Glad to see your comments around in our blog world again!

Memphis MOJO said...

Unreal! Glad you got a shot of this.

hamilton said...

hmm, did they think they needed more room for storage?

Kate said...

Looks a bit messy!

magiceye said...

amazing find and click!

welcome back to the virtual world!

Randy said...

At least if anyone stole it it would be easily found.

Jim Klenke said...

cool, did you see michael j fox anywhere around?

cieldequimper said...

Ummmm... I think I'll take an electrical one over this!

brattcat said...

looks as if it's on life-support.

Halcyon said...

The things you see in Ocala!

Judy said...

That is very strange. I think I would have had to wait around for the owner to show up and ask, "what the......

JM said...

I bet if it was here he would immediately be stopped by the police. Never seen anything like this either! What a find! :-)

Taken For Granted said...

Wonder if it needs to reach 80 mph before jumping in time? Well found, and welcome back. Missed you.

Cezar and Léia said...

I guess if someone would offer me a ride on it, I'd decline the offer... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Bergson said...

a very strange think
an alien car ?

EG CameraGirl said...

This belongs in Ripley's Believe it or Not museum.

David Thomas said...

Fortunately it does not have enough power to go fast. Parts would start flying off if it did.

Steffe said...

Now that is a weird looking car.

Pierre BOYER said...

"Back to the Future" !
;-)

Pierre

Lynette said...

I think it's an art car and that the accoutrement has nothing at all to do with its mobility.

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