By the time the car was complete, Kohler engineers had designed the engine in an artful manner, including a curved block that would fit inside the engine bay.

The engine itself was also fitted with a rear-mounted water pump, which was used to pump water from the front of the car to the rear of the vehicle.

The car was built in three different versions, including the KOHLEER VINYL RIDE, a concept car that was shown at the 1973 North American International Auto Show and that sold out quickly.

The cars were later used in the 1973 movie “The Road Runner” and the 1973 TV series “Back to the Future” as well as in the film “Crash,” which starred Johnny Depp as the title character.

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