Dodge Tomahawk

The Dodge Tomahawk was a non-street legal, yet fully-functional, concept motorcycle that Dodge introduced at the 2003 NAIAS Auto Show in Detroit. With two front and rear wheels, the Tomahawk doubled down on the motorcycle concept offering a bit more sturdiness to go with their initial claim that it could go up to 420 mph. (It couldn't.) Dodge also sold hand-built replicas through Neiman Marcus, touting them as "rolling sculptures" after the bike was introduced. Asking price at the time? $555,000. Close to 10 were reportedly sold.

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