Danton Art Kustoms 6x6 Hellcat Humvee
Danton Art Kustoms may have built the most menacing vehicle we’ve seen yet, a 6×6 Hellcat-powered Humvee. That’s right, this started out as a 2009 AM General Military Humvee before its engine was swapped out for a supercharged Hellcat V8 making 717 hp.



The front wheels measure 20″ in diameter while the rear clock in at 24″, but keep in mind that only the rear wheels get power. Aesthetically, the matte Military Green paint was used throughout the vehicle, complete with custom graphics and touchpoints made from the same DuraLiner used on modern Humvees. Interested? It will be auctioned off at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale on January 20.
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LEGO Technic NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Building Set 42153 - Authentically Designed Model Car and Toy Racing Vehicle Kit, Collectible Race Car Display for Boys, Girls, and Teens Ages 9+
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LEGO Technic NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Building Set 42153 - Authentically Designed Model Car and Toy Racing Vehicle Kit, Collectible Race Car Display for Boys, Girls, and Teens Ages 9+
  • NASCAR Camaro Kit - Kids ages 9+ can build their own version of the NASCAR next gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 race car with this collectible LEGO Technic model car kit (42153)
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This vehicle is equipped with smartphone-controlled remote start, lights, horn and turn signals that add contemporary functionality. Finishing off the build is a spoiler wing that features a custom-modified real aircraft wing, giving this apocalyptic-style vehicle a unique and intriguing look as it travels down the road,” said Barrett-Jackson.

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