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This Indian Car Is Uniquely Made With Wood

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In the whole wide world, there is naturally a solution for everything and anything that is done differently. The world falls in love with outstanding talent, and it is in many cases rewarded accordingly.

This has been the case of the pair of father and son in India who built an exceptionally beautiful car from wood. Indian carpenter Mohinder Singh and his son, Amandeep from Patiala, Punjab set down to do something that eventually turned them to local celebrities.

They choose an 800cc engine and then set down to gather other parts from within. It was a daunting task that took them about two months, putting in twelve hours of work every day.

“We worked up to 12-hours a day on the car which is made up of hundreds of wooden planks and can speed up to 75 mph,” said Amandeep, adding that his father’s 45 years of experience as a carpenter had a significant impact on the outcome of their final product. Using teak wood, the duo crafted every part with utmost care and finesse.

The heavy layers of furnish on the outer surface makes the car shiny and helps to protect the wood from lethal weather damages. The younger Singh says this is just the beginning and aims at making even more cars with his newly found talents.

He said: “I would like to make more vintage cars and I’ll prepare their designs.” As expected, the car attracts huge crowds wherever it rides and the attention adds to the inspiration of the creative duo.

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