Chinese Farmer Built Homemade Replica of Lamborghini Aventador For His Grandson
Talented Chinese farmer named Guo built a scaled replica of a Lamborghini Aventador by hand, using mostly scrap metals and materials. Guo spent 6 months and about 5,000 yuan ($821) to make the 2-meter-long, 1 meter-wide “Lamborghini” as a toy for his grandson.
The replica, mainly made of scrapped metals and parts from electric bicycles, bears five sets of batteries and can travel as far as 37 miles when fully charged. He can use the battery-powered machine to haul his grandson to school – and with working horn and stereo, it beats riding a bicycle.
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