Probably the most satisfying way to modify your car is to do the craziest thing that first comes to mind when you think about it. Many would have undoubtedly talked themselves out of building a car like this custom first-gen Cadillac DeVille with a massive truck-sourced diesel engine.
We don’t know how much power it makes, but with a big displacement Cummins turbodiesel up front which is aided by a supercharger, we imagine it’s not slow. You’re also obviously rolling coal when you floor it, but in this nobody expects it so and people might let it slide more.
The owner went for a ultra stripped out, rat-style look and an exposed engine.
In the second video below, posted by DownShiftRecords in 2013, it’s the same car only it doesn’t have the supercharger bolted on yet.