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Since it is sold at auctions at a price of 48.4 million dollars, the Ferrari 250 GTO is beyond the reach of everyone, except the richest collectors. That's why a fan of this beautiful car decided to make his own.
Vietnamese YouTuber has just unveiled a wooden version of the iconic sports car, which he made by hand. A beautifully created, not exactly perfectly scaled car is not just for the shop window - it is actually functional!
Last week, Trương Văn Đạo uploaded the video on his ND - Woodworking account, presenting the journey of his new vehicle, from the very beginning, to its realization. The construction process took seventy days, and YouTuber showed us every step, including cutting the car's mask with a chainsaw, using a circular saw and sandpaper for shaping, as well as carving fine details and applying a protective layer of varnish. Admittedly, this is not a perfect replica of a famous car, but it is without a doubt magnificent!
Trương's Ferrari is not made entirely of wood - in fact, under the wooden mask is a metal chassis, which he welded carrying flip-flops, tires, shock absorbers and a primitive but functional battery-powered assembly. Thanks to that last element, the car can really be driven, although we believe it lacks a bit of the original Ferrari flair.
Although the wooden 250 GT would be defeated in the race, we have to admit that it is quite more environmentally conscious than the original version. In addition to the electric drivetrain, YouTuber used only discarded wood, not cutting new trees from the forest.