The North American Eagle jet car looks like a rocket, even its engine also uses a 42,500 horsepower engine from airplane manufacturer Lockheed’s retired 1957 F-104 Starfighter.

Before you are checking your bank account to find out whether you are afford to make one, just a friendly reminder to you that it uses up 160 gallons of fuel each minute. It means, in every run with this cool jet car, you must spend $18,000 for its fuel.

Ed Shadle and Keith Zanghi designed it with such power because they are attempting to break the 800 mph land speed record in around 20 seconds.

Ed Shadle who was a former USAF pilot and amateur racer, is thinking to drive the North American Eagle.

“It’s a lot of fun to drive,” he told the Times Online, “But if my age is stopping us getting sponsors, we have to remove that barrier. We’ll put some hotshot in the driving seat who looks like Robert Redford and see how that works.”

The jet car is ready to go, but they are looking for a driver now. If your age is between 20 and 40 years, and photogenic, you are the one they are looking for to drive the $150,000 rocket jet car. If this is the case, please write a 400 words email to convince them why the driver should be you, together with a handsome photo of you to