Used by King Tutankhamun -- aka King Tut -- around 1300 BCE, it's now on display in Times Square in New York. More rat rod than Rolls Royce, the New York Times explains that Tut's ride is "considered uniquely amazing by scholars because it is the only one that shows signs of wear and tear. So it has long been thought that it was the chariot actually used by the boy king for battle or, more likely, for hunting."
If you happen to be in NYC, grab yourself a hot dog, crank up the Steve Martin, and go see how the boy king liked to roll.
Photo: The New York Times