State Farm played Frankenstein for a little bit and created this 1968 half-and-half Chevrolet Camaro. The insurance company justifies the build as a tool for training purposes and as a PR display. The driver's side was restored with purely high quality to factory-correct specs. The passenger's side has many more custom features and plenty of glitz and glam to show. According to State Farm, the car will be used "to educate field agents on the special challenges of assigning proper values to collector cars and owner-modified vehicles. This knowledge enables the agents to accurately assess value and correctly underwrite such special-case vehicles." We wonder how much this would cost for full coverage. 

[via State Farm]