An auction house if giving interested buyers the chance to acquire a two-faced Dodge. Meet the two-headed monster…
Auction houses that deal with automobiles generally tend to offer up models that are rare, exceptional or both. Above all, they’re likely to be cars seen as valuable by collectors. The Mecum Group is currently preparing to auction offer a vehicle that is certainly rare and exceptional, but not one you could call a hot commodity on the collectors’ market.
In fact, most folks might not even know it exists, since it is a handcrafted piece. The model in question is a mashup of a 1981 Dodge Colt and a 1981 Plymouth Champ, a two-headed monster set to go to the highest bidder next month.
The description provided by Mecum doesn't give too many details, but the images show us pretty clearly that we're looking at two cars that have been split and then merged. The resulting combination is peculiar, but we doff our hats for a job well-done, with strong attention to detail.