Was there a clandestine military project titled "If Looks Could Kill?" If so, maybe this thing was first runner-up for the contract. There aren't a whole lot of immediately recognizable parts on this vehicle. From this angle, it looks like a Dodge Dakota might have been the cab donor. Anyone out there have a better guess? The rest seems to be some custom-molded pieces that don't fit very well. Under that cobbled-together exterior is (or at least was) some pretty amazing technology.
According to the ad, this vehicle possessed seemingly supernatural capabilities. A combined 536 horsepower from the electric motors, silent running ability, magneto-rehological dampening, and active ride leveling properties are mentioned. Some key components, such as the generator and F-111 joystick(!) have been removed. Maybe if you find a new generator at a surplus store and repurpose your old Nintendo Power Glove you can have the old girl up and running again.
Something tells me it would not be that easy, though. A million and a half dollars in development went into this vehicle and interfacing with the information-age drive, suspension and steering components will likely require some pretty advanced know-how. Pull it off, however, and you may just have one of the most capable off-road vehicles in the world. And one of the ugliest.