There isn't exactly a lot of competition for the world's fastest hot tub, but a couple of Canadians want to make it official. After converting a 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille into a driveable hot tub, the two have created a Kickstarter to bring it out to Speed Week in Utah. If they raise $10,000 they'll attempt to get the "Carpool DeVille" to 100 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
This mobile hot tub is actually version 2.0. While they were in college in Ontario Phil Weicker and Duncan Forster converted a 1982 Chevy Malibu into a hot tub that "leaked and barely ran," according to Forster. "It was hideous." But that didn't stop it from being a hit at parties.
Now in Los Angeles, the two buddies have rebuilt a beat-up Caddy with a fiberglass tub that can hold 5,000 gallons of water. The hot tub's pump, filter, and overflow tank are all stored inside the trunk.
You'd be crazy not to reward their ingenuity and support their campaign.