Two Jeeps Merged into Widebody Monster

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Diplomat rises above the law to drive his two-lane wide Jeep monster on the roads of Morocco.

With six wheels - four at the corners and two in the middle - this widebody monster is the result of welding two Jeeps together, and is allegedly the handiwork of a Gulf-state diplomat living it up in Rabat, Morocco. With his request for a Hummer seemingly denied, the diplomat was left with no other option but to merge a couple of Wranglers together and create a Super Jeep. Unsurprisingly, his insane ride takes up almost two full car lanes.

However, having diplomatic status presumably means the owner is free to drive what must rank as one the most ludicrous car on the road without facing problems from the law.

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