This is a scratch build Lamborghini Countach that Paul Schile from Canada has attempted to build. I really don’t know at what stage this build has reached as he has been working on several versions of this body. Continue reading Scratch Building A Lamborghini Countach
Making the tricky body panels The main body of the car, like a standard Locost, has been paneled in aluminium. The relative simplicity of bodying a Locost with flat sheet is testament to the straightforward overall design of the car. All metal parts, including the rear of a locost, are single plane bends of flat sheet. All the tricky bits, like nose cone and wheel arches, are fibreglass.
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It’s made from scrap metal, has a top speed most bicycles can beat, and is currently being used to transport fertiliser.
Apart from that, and a few other minor details like paint, this is an exact replica of an £840,000 Lamborghini Reventon supercar. Continue reading Lamborghini Reventon replica from scrap metal
This kit car was found in Australia on the Gold Coast as far as I know it was never finished, very rare find! Continue reading Lamborghini D-Type Replica