Paul Stender Straps Cruise Missile to 1967 Chevy (Video)

Paul Stender Straps Cruise Missile to 1967 Chevy

Paul Stender of Indianapolis, Indiana, strapped a cruise missile engine to the roof of a car. His 1967 Chevrolet Impala can now reach speeds of up to 300mph.

The Jet-Impala 67  also fires out 30ft flames and leaves massive clouds of smoke in its wake. The monstrous motor has a 10,000bhp engine – the equivalent of 10 Bugatti Veyrons.

EDIT: the video disappeared from Youtube, but I found a LiveLeak version. In case that one is not working too, you can watch it on Daily Mail.

The 44-year-old created the jet-powered car with his crew at Indy Boys Inc who pride themselves on creating the fastest and most bizarre vehicles.

Their latest invention is based on an urban legend about a hillbilly farmer who crashed his rocket-propelled car into the side of a mountain. The same team also created a jet-powered toilet and a jet-powered school bus which could reach speeds of over 750mph.

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