1897 Phaeton. The name Phaeton was first used in the 1780s. Phaetons were four-wheeled, open-sided carriages which varied greatly in body style and passenger capacity. Really neat back in those days!! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post44368034&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
The Hélica. This strange car, which celebrates its centenary, is equipped with a propeller at the front. It was conceived by Marcel Leyat. This car is a cross between a car and a plane "without chassis or gearbox or transmission, or drive wheel." Yet, with two passengers on board, Hélica reached 170 km / h.
The open cockpit BAC Mono is the world’s only street legal single-seat track car, featuring a 2.3-liter Cosworth engine that can dispatch the 0-60mph sprint in under three seconds and keep running all the way to 170mph