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A Chainsaw Powered by a V8 Engine

by Conner Flynn

Leave it to Australians to create the ultimate manly chainsaw. Whitlands Engineering is an Australian company that makes wood splitters, firewood processors, and other stuff. Apparently, just for kicks, they built a chainsaw powered by a 4.2-liter V8 car engine from a 1985 Holden WB Ute.

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Forget it, you can’t buy one and then modify it to zip down the street to chop up other vehicles. The company is not mass-producing this design. It’s just for marketing. That makes me sad, because I could make an awesome Mad Max vehicle out of this thing.

Traffic jams would be a thing of the past since you could just cut your way through them.

[via Jalopnik via Neatorama]

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