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a “two in one” Lada made in Russia!

This YouTube channel is hungry for wacky mechanical experiments. The latest, two old Lada sedans are welded together to create a disproportionately large car!

Among the automotive channels on YouTube, Garage 54 is certainly the most extreme! Indeed, these fellows are not at one experience totally stupidly by. Recently they decided to make an extreme Lada from two wrecks. To do this, they cut the two cars lengthwise and welded them together!

Unbearable

most funny in this experiment is that the two cars are connected equally by the management and each kept their engine. Suddenly, this automobile “Frankenstein” requires the presence of two conductors and proves to be very difficult to drive. A very funny video that took many hours of work to … not much!

If you want to have a good moment of relaxation, check out the video right here:

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