1908 Racing Car with BMW V12 Airplane Engine
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Batmobile? Meh. Bugatti Veyron? Pfffft. No, the coolest car ever made is a BMW V12 airplane engine mounted on a 1908 LaFrance chassis.

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After World War I, Germany was no longer allowed to have powered aircrafts. As a result, many aircraft engines were available. These engines were installed on old undercarriages and used to perform races. To follow this tradition, German racing enthusiasts mounted a 12-cylinder BMW aircraft engine (47 liters - 750 horsepowers @ 1500 rpm) on a LaFrance frame with chain-drive.
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