A Lithuanian man refurbishes scrap cars with expandable foam and cardboard stencils. They start out looking like regular junkyard cars, but when he’s done…WOW. Here’s how he builds his masterpieces according to Diply:
First, you have to start off with an old, beat-up Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class, like this one. Check out his sweet fur coat! You know this project is going to be awesome. Note: those rims are 30″.
Once you’ve acquired the vehicle, now you lay down some expanding foam.
Time to carve out the masterpiece.
He starts to use good ol’ cardboard to stencil then begins to smooth and detail everything.
Looking pretty good!
Now he begins to add some nuances, namely the curves.
The necessary headlights:
What the outside looks like now:
Here he is mixing up the product:
The work on the interior begins.
“The sculptor” starts his work:
Boom. The finished interior. Unfortunately, there are a lot of missing steps, so we don’t know what happened between the prior photo and this. Nonetheless, it’s beautiful.
It’s hard to believe that with a little expandable foam and a lot of hard work a junky old car can be transformed into a sports car like the one above! I have no idea how long expandable foam lasts but i’m guessing it’s not very durable. Otherwise, wouldn’t EVERYONE do this to their car?