The Defibrillator was the center of attention at the Greenwood Car Show, no doubt due to its unique design. The car is powered by a 1957 Chrysler "Fire Power' 392 HEMI sporting dual quads, and features a skull at its front grill that works as The Defibrillator's breathing system.
The car emits -- or, more appropriately, exhales -- nitrous through the skull's nose, while its eyes work as functional butterfly valves for The Defibrillator's air intake. The retro-styled roadster is a chopped Ford that has been shortened to give the vehicle its nightmarish look.
All images shot by Chris Bicknell.
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