Two-Headed Jeep Wrangler

This Jeep build comes courtesy of our sister publication 4-Wheel & Off-Road, which originally wanted to produce a Wrangler with four-wheel steering. They decided to take it a step further by making it a two-headed Jeep. They started with a new 2012 Jeep Wrangler, tore off the rear end, and essentially replaced it with the front end of a donor Wrangler JK (the gutted engine bay now acts as storage for the 40-inch Nitto Trail Grappler spare tire and other off-road essentials). Aside from the trick four-wheel steering system, other mods include a four-inch suspension lift kit, a Warn winch, Genright fenders, and beefier bumpers and skidplates -- the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 has been left largely untouched. Despite its love-it-or-hate-it looks, the Jeep has already been trail-tested and has performed admirably, maneuvering around tight corners with greater ease than a Jeep with conventional two-wheel steering.

1960 Willys Wagon

This super-clean Willys restomod was found in the Painless wiring booth. Built by father and son team David and Taylor bell and Winged Graphics, the vintage wagon is powered by a 2001 GM 4.3-liter Vortec V-6, cooled by a Flex-a-lite fan with a Magnaflow exhaust.

Legacy Power Wagon

If you're a fan of the styling of classic off-road trucks, but like modern conveniences, the Legacy Power Wagon has the truck for you. Available in the original four-door body style, extended cab, and a custom four-door crew cab. Buyers also get their choice of a 426 Hemi V-8 or a Cummins 3.9-liter four-cylinder diesel. All Legacy Power Wagons come with air condition, three-point seatbelts, four-wheel disc brakes and power steering. But be prepared to pay. Two-door models start at $119,950, and four-doors start at $169,950.

1997 Rock Hard Ram

They may not crush cars or fly through the air, but sled-pull trucks are just as impressive nonetheless. Here's one example of a full-competition sled-pull truck, equipped with a 2500-hp triple-turbocharged Cummins diesel built by Haisley Machine. The prominent front counterweight helps to offset the large, heavy loads the truck pulls in competition.

1951 Dodge B-3-B

Showing its respect for its classic heritage, Mopar displayed this 1951 Dodge B-3-B built by Rich Gengo. The clean restomod features a Mopar 400 crate V-8, and Edelbrock cam, manifold and carburetor, an original cab, Hot Rod Air air conditioning, power windows, a Flaming River tilt steering column, Center Line wheels, and Dolphin gauges.

2012 Jeep Wrangler JK-EXT

If you like the idea of the JK-8 concept, but still need to haul your family and friends more often than your cargo, then the JK-EXT from Michigan Vehicle Solutions may be your ticket. Built from a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited, the JK-EXT stretches the Unlimited to incorporate a small 40 x 43 inch bed. Ensuring that this Jeep can haul more than just a payload is a 6.4-liter Hemi V-8. If you're interested in a similar configuration for your own JK Wrangler Unlimited, conversions are available from MVS starting at $12,500.

Wild Diesel Sled Pull Truck

Like the NASCAR cars that wear the names "Camry", "Impala", "Fusion" and other mass-market names, this truck is only a 2010 Ram in its body shell. Virtually every other piece on this truck is custom-made and fine-tuned to do one thing well - sled pulls. Its diesel engine puts out an estimated 2000+ hp, and probably double that amount of torque. Despite its size, the Wild Diesel sled pull truck has room for just the driver.