Sometimes, when things take a different turn, a momentary inspiration can be incredibly creative and original. That’s what brothers Iliya and Nikita Briden did when their ’74 Alfa Romeo 105 GTV was hit during transport to the mechanic after falling off the truck. They made the decision to save the Italian-made race car, turning it into a safari vehicle. To accomplish this, they fabricated and installed a custom roof rack, equipped the car with more aggressive tires, and modified the suspension with custom parts from a Bronco and Defender. The only thing they didn’t put any weight on was the engine as it had already been rebuilt with the appropriate modifications. Perhaps Alfisti around the world would disagree strongly with such a project but one thing is for sure, this creation doesn’t go unnoticed.