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7 March 2019

Taking wind in your hair motoring to new heights

By Mitchell TulkMitchell Tulk

Master Milo has quickly become one of my favourite YouTubers, if you think Hoonigan is bonkers, this Dutch fella blows them out of the water.

Milo is a master of doing the stupidest stuff to cars, with his lastest experiment taking on the challenge of driving a car from its roof, much like Mr Bean did with his Mini.

Using the same Opel Corsa (Holden Barina) he fitted square wheels to a few weeks back, Milo bolted a lounge chair to the top with two gardening tools used to control the brake and accelerator. 

  • Someone give this man a medal! (image credit: Master Milo) Someone give this man a medal! (image credit: Master Milo)
  • Engineering at its finest. (image credit: Master Milo) Engineering at its finest. (image credit: Master Milo)
  • Engineering at its finest part two. (image credit: Master Milo) Engineering at its finest part two. (image credit: Master Milo)

His craftsmanship gets even dodgier with some string attached to a paint can, which operates the clutch while someone sits in the passenger seat and changes gears.

Rope is wrapped around a steel road wheel, and when pulled left or right, manages to turn the car.

While car manufacturers won't be getting on board with this idea anytime soon, it's one example of successful bodgy building.

Can Aussie backyard engineers top this? Let us know in the comments.