Wooden Bugatti Veyron is one eye-candy replica of the supercar
When we talk about supercars, one name that stacks up on top of the list is Bugatti Veyron. Unfortunately, many want it in their garage, but only a few can own it owing to the staggering price range that can only be suited to a selected few. However, on the other side of the coin, you can have some consolation by getting your own wooden replica 1:1 scale model made by skillful carpenters from Kemiri, Mojosongo Village, Boyolali Regency, Central Java, Indonesia.
The owner of the workshop Mr. Eko Lukistyanto, the wooden replica is made from teak wooden scraps for a German client who in all likelihood is the seller who sold-off the wooden gull-winged 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SL for a hefty amount.
The exteriors and interiors of this wooden Bugatti Veyron have amazing details with fully movable gear lever pedals and steering. The wooden spokes in the wheels, front grill and other nifty little details add to the realistic look of this model. The artists made this wooden replica with just the visual references from the pictures of Bugatti Veyron which is quite an achievement in itself and speaks a lot about their skill.
The cost for making this wooden supercar is roughly around $3320 with the shipping costs excluded of-course. In all probability after being shipped to Germany, we are going to see the car up for auction since we assume it is the same seller who sold the wooden Mercedes Benz 300SL to make some good cash.