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The Weblogs, Inc. network is a wonderful place to find weird and interesting news, and can you believe we found this gem at our sister-site, The Digital Music Weblog? The 1972 Volkswagen Squareback you see above is entirely covered in scrap duct tape leftover from the production of Shalgo's iPod jackets. Produced from over 5,000 pieces of scrap duct tape and 60 hours of free time, the Shalgo Shaggin Wagon is a great example of repurposing waste material in a fun and creative way. You can actuall

Sure you could purchase a $35 plastic case to protect your shiny (for now) iPod Nano, but does it have disc brakes and airbags? Mitsubishi has taken iPod protection to a whole new level with its integrated Nano slot in the i (eye) city car's dash. Just plug in your iPod and enjoy the security only a car can provide. At around $15,000 it may not be the most economical case in which to shroud your iPod, but it's the only one that comes with a turbocharged three-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive