Are you looking for a new way to repurpose your old shed? You could convert it into a workshop, a playhouse, a pool house, or even a doghouse. But if you have a need for speed, you can follow in the footsteps of Kevin Nicks and Frankenstein your shed into the ultimate storage vehicle, complete with a nitrous oxide tank for more power.
According to Máté Petrány for Popular Mechanics: "Kevin Nicks built his high-speed shed at home with his daughter. Starting with a Volkswagen Passat, powered by a 2.8 V6 good for around 200 horses, Nicks built the steel-framed shed to his own design. But since this mid-sized sedan now weighs more than two tons due to the added building, he also tossed in a bottle of nitrous oxide, which can grant an additional 75 horsepower to the shed's drag racing potential. And parking remains as easy as with any small house, if not easier."