This car was built by, Mylio Ozuk, a high school student from Chicago who apparently had free access to a spare parts supply. Inspired by several advanced designs for cars of the future, Ozuk placed the motor and radiator in the back of the vehicle so he could have a clear view while driving. He also applied a streamline design for speed (exterior shell not shown) and claimed that his car could break 130 miles per hour. There's no word on whether Ozuk's claims were actually tested and proven, but we're willing to believe that this kid enjoyed a few thrilling joyrides in his time.
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