When you live in a place with tall buildings, you get to see cars from a perspective that's normally seen only by the car's designers: A top view. Back when I had a car I'd occasionally catch a glimpse of it parked on the street from upstairs, and it always looked so different than it did on the ground.
Car enthusiast Richard Moriarty will be admiring his 1974 Lambo from the top-view perspective, permanently. After years of the car breaking down, he got sick of fixing it and decided to affix it to the wall of his new home. You'd think, since they were putting up a new house, they'd simply build it around the car; but instead the architect designed a skylight to drop the car through.
The car was hoisted 60 feet in the air by the crane. Then a five-man crew maneuvered the 1,000-pound, engineless vehicle through the skylight and hung it from a steel-reinforced wall with loops of half-inch-thick steel cable.
Sounds like an awful lot of trouble, but Moriarty is definitely on the rich eccentric side; read the full tale here.