Snow storms gotcha down? Need a truck for a quick trip to your nearest pole? Have $175,000 burning a hole in your pocket? A quick trip over to eBay could be the answer to these woes. Before you is the Toyota Tacoma Polar Concept used in 2011 by Jason De Carteret to break a world speed record to the South Pole. His drive from Patriot Hills to the southernmost corner of the globe and back took but 39 hours at an average speed of 27.5 mph. Built around a 2010 Toyota Tacoma, there are too many unique modifications to list here. One of the more incredible is the system of fuel tanks placed around the truck giving it a 6,000 mile range. If you can afford a $175,000 used Tacoma, you can probably afford the $1,300 fill up at your local Texaco. It's a marvel of engineering and I have to admit, looks pretty sweet. With a 9 ton winch, 4 HD video cameras, and multiple GPS devices, your commute to work could be quite interesting if you get creative with your route.