This is not a pile of junk found in a junkyard. It is a functional truck.
On the other hand, this is the best thing I have seen in quite a while. It is made by a company in California. It is built on a Corvette chassis and is a combination of (from front to back) a 57, 58, and 59 Chevy. It's called a 789 for obvious reasons. Check it out here http://www.n2amotors.com/. It is really something you have to see in person. Very nicely done. I talked to the owner and he said it is a pleasure to drive.
This custom job has a homemade V16.Actually it is 2 V8s mounted in line. No that is not a mirror on the firewall, it’s the second engine tucked up under the dash.
And there are 8 exhaust headers under each door. He said with 2 distributors he has it timed to where each cylinder fires 45 degrees apart. First one cylinder on the front engine then one on the back engine and another on the front and so on. No 2 cylinders fire at the same time. Last year I was at a show where he brought his dual inline V6 car. In that one he uses a 12 cylinder distributor from a Jag V12.