Most Remarkable Cars from Motor Monday
Motor Monday is home to some extraordinary and unique vehicles. Here’s a look at a few all-time favorites.
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Farmtruck and AZN’s 1970 Chevy C-10 Pickup Truck
This truck is the ultimate sleeper. While it may strike you as a rust-bucket, this “Farmtruck” will leave you in the dust. Equipped with a Custom Built 8-Cylinder Big Block Engine, 2 Stage Nitrous Oxide, and a Supercharged Digital Ignition Controller this truck defines don’t judge a book by its cover.
A car you’ve never heard of that comes in an assembly kit? Yeah, Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkey team carefully handled the rare, fragile, and flammable fiberglass-bodied Woodill Wildfireit on FAST N’ LOUD.
Frankenstein 1967 Camaro
The Gas Monkey guys "frankenstein’d" together two vehicles that shouldn't go together. A ’67 Camaro mounted on a Chevy Blazer K5 chassis LIVES!!!
The original Super Jeeps were super cool and super rare. Only 300 were ever actually produced. Luckily, Richard Rawlings had a stroke of genius when Gary Sinise needed a jeep for his Veterans Day fundraiser. While this isn't it an orginial, it' still pretty cool to see the Super Jeep hitting the streets again!
A 1949 Chevrolet with a 565 big block boasting up to 1000 hp is really a sight to behold. Luckily, you get to see this bad boy in action Mondays at 8p on Discovery.
Ryan Martin’s Fireball Camaro
Winning is remarkable, and this car does just that. This fifth Generation Camaro SS has won countless races and holds the title of Season 3 Street Outlaws No-Prep Kings champion.
Li’l Redd Wrecker
After decades spent in obscurity, Beau Boeckmann and the Galpin Auto Sports team brought the Li’l Redd Wrecker back to its original glory on CAR KINGS. If you’re unfamiliar with the story behind this superbly unique vehicle, it’s because the truck never made its television debut on the 70’s hit show Sanford and Son.
Richard and the Monkeys resurrected the iconic '92 Chevy 3500 Dually, known as the "Krew Kut". When the crew first saw the instantly recognizable Chevy it was covered in a thick sheet of dust. After a quick price negotiation the monkeys got right to work and brought the “Krew Kut” back to glory!
1968 "Hot Wheels" Corvette
Richard and the Monkeys built a real-life “Hot Wheels” car. This is a full-sized version of one of the original cars that came out in 1968. This 427 4-speed 1968 Corvette features a blower and dual carbs popping through a hole in the hood. This is a real car collectors dream!
1959 Chevy Dairy Truck "Milk Bomb"
There can’t be a list of the most remarkable cars ever featured without shouting out the classic (and returning) MONSTER GARAGE. This truck brought the farm to you — coming equipped with a milking station, a pasteurizer, and a chocolate milk feature. The cow could literally be milked inside the truck! Once the process is completed milk can be dispensed from areas outside the truck.
You can’t argue with the classics. The Batmobile is one of the most recognizable automobiles in history. Recently, Beau Boeckmann and the Galpin Auto Sports team restored one of the original ‘60s Batmobiles back to its crime-fighting glory.