This Insane Perversion Of A Chevy S-10 Has A Fire Truck V12S

Feast your eyes upon what looks like a Doctor Moreau-style splicing experiment between a Tyrrell P34, Plymouth Prowler, a few GM trucks, a fire truck, an airplane, and some farm equipment.

Yeah, all that.

Apparently the product of three years labor at a Melrose, Florida shop, this 1998 Chevrolet S-10 is channeled, has a GMC dual-rear wheel rear axle, all kinds of wacky custom body work, and oh yeah— a carbureted V12 from a fucking 1941 Seagrave/Pierce Arrow fire truck.

It's up for sale at $20,000 right now, and according to the seller who built the "truck" its designation is "short range car show, show stopper and parade vehicle."

This Insane Perversion Of A Chevy S-10 Has A Fire Truck V12S

I'm guessing the state inspection regulations in Florida lean to the side of "lenient," or this guy footed one hell of a bribe.

Did I tell you about the yoke? It has a aircraft yoke instead of a steering wheel. Plus one of those add-on center consoles from AutoZone and some killer dash vinyl.

This Insane Perversion Of A Chevy S-10 Has A Fire Truck V12S

I can't decide who is crazier— whoever put this together, or whoever buys it. Either way, it sure is something else to look at and for that we've gotta thank the builder.