Paul Wirt's Experimental Car

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4 engines, 6 wheels, 1280 horses, and an off-set cockpit. Paul Wirt's Experimental car was featured on the cover of the August 1960 issue of Rodding and Re-styling magazine. Wirt was a pipeline contractor from Wooster, Ohio, and his multi-engined bubble-topped roadster was actually built for driving on the street. It looks more like a Bonneville record-chaser, but it is, in fact, one of the earliest street driven asymmetrical custom builds we have been able to find on print. Photo from The Ray Soff Photo Collection.
Paul's Experimenta Car was featured on the cover of Rodding and Re-styling August 1960.

Experimental car owned and buitl by Paul Wirt of Wooster, Ohio.

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Rodding and Re-styling August 1960


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