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Well, just damn the rules when it comes to what’s conventional in terms of cars these days. If you want to get something nuts, go for a vehicle like this heavily modified 1999 Chevy Corvette that’s been transmogrified into a rip-roaring dune buggy. Up for sale on Bring A Trailer, the ‘Vette’s body panels have been removed, and the frame rails have been shortened, and a roll cage added. The car’s original 345-horsepower LS V8, six-speed manual transmission, and suspension are intact, so there’s ample power and control on tap. Modifications like a Jeep Rubicon front bumper, Hella rally lights, a customer exhaust, door webbing, and tow hooks make it apocalypse-ready. The only thing it’s missing is all-wheel drive.

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