In 2007 the Federal Republic of Somalia issued six silver-plated multi-colored coins in the shape of motorcycles. Five of these coins, each 1.75 inch long and 1 inch high, are shaped like Harley-Davidson models and have the denomination of 1 dollar. I’m not sure what kind of dollar, U.S. or whatever, because according to Wikipedia, the Somali currency is known as the Somali shilling. It’s unknown how many of these coins actually went into circulation—they look more like collector’s items. This is not the only time the Somali government has issued strangely shaped legal tender coins. In 2004, they issued guitar-shaped silver- and gold-plated coins; in 2010, they minted coins shaped like sports cars.