WITH a cruising speed of 55mph, this wooden car is a carpentry project with a difference. Created by Romanian Peter Szabo, the vehicle took more than 4,500 hours to build over three years and cost $20,000 in hard ash wood. Nicknamed ‘Julia”, the vehicle combines the retro lines and old school growl of a classic automobile with modern innovations such as tablet-controlled headlights and music. Now complete, he likes nothing better than driving the unique car around his home village – and receiving admiring waves from his neighbours.
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