If you’re not familiar, the 24 Hours of LeMons is an amateur racing series where some of the greatest automobiles in existence come together for a no-holds-barred endurance run. The cars cost $500, look (for the most part) like shit, and are in some cases, held together with little more than zip-ties and duct tape. Jeff Bloch, a Washington D.C. Police Officer by day, and the builder of this LeMons car by night, had a stroke of genius one day. It’s called the “Spirit of LeMons” and combines the chassis of an old Toyota truck, with the body of a 1956 Cessna aircraft. The result, as you can see, is glorious!