When a Nissan Versa just won't do it for you anymore, you may want to slip behind the wheel of something a tad more in-your-face. And we have just the thing. It’s a Frankensteined, all-American hybrid beast that includes a 1931 Ford body, frame rails that were once municipal light poles on the streets of Hollywood, and scoops on the hood from a pair of steel-toed boots. It also boasts a '52 Diamond-Reo, 275 hp gas tractor engine, and the back half of the ride is old farm equipment, a '51 water truck. The motor has more than 1 million honest miles on it, the thing "smokes and pukes oil," says owner/operator Henry Kessler, but it "runs like a top." Bless you, Detroit.