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Meanwhile in Russia, They Put Cars on Tank Tracks

This must be normal if you’re dealing with snow all the time. 

Pavel Shavrin is an engineer in Russia who decided his old Lada car would look much more badass on top of tank tracks.

Now nothing can stand in his little car’s way.

Shavrin lives in Magnitogorsk, Russia, an industrial town in the southern Ural Mountains. He spent about $1,300 on his all-terrain snow machine; the most expensive part being the tank tracks that he ordered from a local manufacturer. Shavrin calls his contraption “The Wolverine.”

The Wolverine can reach speeds of 30 mph and is ready to tackle any terrain in any conditions, backward or forward.

I just wonder if the heat still works in the old Lada.

Meanwhile in Russia, They Put Cars on Tank Tracks