This DIY car with bizarre name and grotesque creation will surely make you turn your head on the road. Hailed the Holy Smoke, this single seater car with 100mph is built by a former grave digger, Phil Bissett. Phil used a 7ft-long steel coffin weighing 75kg, he bought from auction site eBay, to make the body of the car. The steel coffin was imported from Mexico and was transformed into a fully taxed and roadworthy car. And in order to make this car run, Phil used his daughter's 1972 1300cc VW engine. Apart from this, vehicle also incorporates parts from a dumper truck, a beach buggy and an old Ford car and even wheel spinners made out of grave vases. The spray painted Holy Smoke can touch 100mph and has a number-plate inscribed as ‘DIGG’ in honor of Mr Bissett's former occupation. On the top of this the vehicle is fully road legal. It's got an MOT, it's tax exempt because the engine is from 1972 and for fully comp insurance it was only £86.