Yikes! Looks like an early Chevy suspension/crossmember with huge extensions on it to raise the frontend! I can't even begin to imagine the steering and handling issues that would create!!
You're right about them! They should have their tools taken away before they build something that will kill somebody when they lose it! That's one of those "just because you can, doesn't mean you should!" situations!
When I was in the service back in the late 60's, I built a 61 Corvette, (not a gasser) I drove it all winter with snow tires, something you would never see today. The young guy I sold it to worked for the railroad. He unbolted the frt suspension and used a chunk of RR track on each side, and what is called ready rods to raise it up in frt, and really long shackles in the rear. It looked cool, but it was just nasty handling.
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