Hauk Designs’ steam-powered Jeep Wrangler just might be the craziest custom model yet, and it’s 6-wheeled to boot. It’s powered by a 100ci V4 trunk-piston, poppet-valve uniflow steam engine from the 1960s that generates between 130 hp – 140 hp and 2,500 lb-ft of torque, mated to a standard 6-speed manual. In the rear, you’ll find a 55-gallon water tank, large boiler, and a 16-gallon kerosene fuel cell. Suspension wise, there’s standard Jeep brakes, BDS coilovers, Fox shocks up front, a modified Toyota steering box with 3.73 gears, as well as Reel driveshafts, an Auburn Gear Max Lock locker and a TeraFlex D60 axle in the back. Click here to view the first picture in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the decision that Apple made 20-years-ago that was the key to its success.