8 Wheeled, Double-Front Railroad Car

Depending on the source, this is a pair of either 1947 or 1953 Chrysler Imperials joined together end to end. Allegedly, it was used to transport workers on a narrow-gauge railroad that stretched for 25 miles between a gypsum mine in the Fish Creek Mountains and a processing plant in Plaster City, California. It has two front ends, so a driver doesn’t have to turn the car around to drive in the opposite direction. Just switch cabs.

You want to be a backseat driver? Here’s the perfect vehicle for it.

-via Kaching

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