So I put engines on your engines.

While cruising the stock pile of interesting dealer inventories for no reason, I stumbled upon this...

It is labeled as a 1934 Ford Panther, although to be honest, I can’t seem to find the Ford part. Reading the description yields many parts and features that are not Ford.

After you look at the car for 10 seconds, you realize something is off. The steering wheel is from a Jaguar, that’s not right. The wheel hubs are Jaguar too, for some reason. Clearly not authentic.

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“Ford”
“Ford”

Also the car has 3 engines. Clearly a V24 is necessary for max power delivery, until you actually read the description.

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“Ford”

Yes that is right, three SBC’s under the hood making it 19ft with a 158 inch wheelbase!! Although the three engines appear identical, the front and rear generate the power; the middle engine functions as a critical part of the cooling system.

Wait, what! The middle engine is part of the cooling system.

This triple engine beauty can be yours for $150,000.

EDIT: While doing some further Googling, I am not sure there actually is such thing as a 1934 Ford Panther, just this thing. So what the heck is this suppose to be.

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