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Want a wooden replica of the Bugatti Veyron?

By Faiming_low on 23 Oct 2014 in Uncategorized, Videos

Attached Image Can't afford the real deal but still want that 1,184bhp Bugatti Veyron? How about this full size replica of the Bugatti then.
 
Made by a workshop in Central Java, Indonesia, it is making news for itself with its beautifully handcrafted wooden replicas of actual cars. Other the the Veyron shown here, they have also done replicas of a Mercedes-Benz 300SL and even motorcycles.
 
Attached Image Made from teak wooden scraps, it has a highly detailed interior and even comes with an functional steering wheel, gear lever and pedals.  
 
Attached Image So we hear you want one. Fortunately, they do cater to overseas customers. And you can have the Veyron here, which is said to be made for a German client, for 40 million Indonesian Rupiah (S$4,230). A steal compared to the real McCoy..
 
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ManHong Oct 23 2014 04:48 PM

i wonder how would the shipping cost.

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