Can Two Car Fronts Welded Together Actually Drive?

Can Two Car Fronts Welded Together Actually Drive?

There’s a lot of fun and slightly insane car stuff out there, especially on YouTube. But this is definitely one of the best – a CatDog car.

Two fronts. Two engines. Two drivers.

We have a lot of questions, like what happens in lieu of an exhaust pipe!?

This Frankenstein’s Monster of the auto world is courtesy of YouTube channel Garage 54, which is known for its wild car creations.

What I love about this channel is that it doesn’t just show off the end product of its crazy inventions – you get to see the process too, with commentary and explanations. In this case, how to weld the front of two cars together.

Of course, you can always just cut to the part where they drive. Between the snow and the burnouts, you won’t be disappointed.

You can watch more videos for Garage 54 right here.

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