- A talented man identified as Joe Harmon has built a beautiful supercar using woods after a tasking 9 years
- According to the creator of the whip, it took him roughly 20,000 hours and consists of 20 kinds of woods
- Reacting to concerns of it catching fire in the event of an accident, Joe said virtually all normal cars run the risk of catching fire when there is a mishap
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A man has built a fine supercar with woods.
The talented man named Joe Harmon said the wooden supercar is the result of his long term desire to build something for himself.
It took him 9 years to build
Joe, in a video shared by Ridiculous Rides, stated that it took him roughly 9 years to complete as it was very tasking.
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According to him, he started building the car as he got out of college and used 20 different kinds of wood for it.
Its tyres are made of walnuts
Joe's supercar runs on walnut-fashioned tyres and has other body parts obtainable in a normal car including airbags.
The car steering wheel is also made entirely from wood but a different type.
Speaking on fears that it has more risk of catching, Joe said all normal cars also get into accidents only that he may not be the same again after a mishap owing to its build.
Mixed reactions trail the innovation
Jermaine Medz said:
"If that thing crashes he dies for sure or after awhile the wood rotten so how does that makes sense especially if it over heat and get on fire lol."
Jack Lyles wrote:
"I woodnt want crash that............. see what i did there yeah any ways your body wood be i did it again sorry it wood be covered in splinters."
Mustang Mathew stated:
"That is amazing looking car I always wondered why no one ever built it I like it it's pretty amazing car that's good stuff man."
Cristal-Jeff Goering commented:
"Back in the 70 /75 or so Dan Hana rink made car of basswood and fiberglass with a 750kawa ln the backseat and you steered it with your feet it was in a popular mechanic mag."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a video of a creative young boy who has crafted a man-powered excavator from what appears to be branches of trees left many impressed.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh, on the Facebook page of Hello Vybes, had the young man actively operating his invention.
He was seen with the wooden excavator in between his legs as he scraped sand from the floor.
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