This man fulfilled his dream by transforming an old car into a real beauty!
Polyurethane, is a great polymer used in making all things from machines and materials to gadgets and footwear. It's also the building material utilized by this Lithuanian sculptor. Without a doubt you would have seen the blend of foam, the same product used for things like, filling breaks and crevices around windows. By passing every single important regulation (apparently it's never a problem in Lithuania), the builder got down to work to make something great.
Held in place until it's almost settled, with the help of cardboards, the foam is shaped, sanded, primed and then painted. We think that the vehicle he began to work with was once part of the Mercedes-Benz family. Take a look at the rest of the article and you'll probably see that the car is given really big 30 inch rear wheels. If you ever wanted to seek after a fantasy.... we have an excellent example!
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Paying little attention to what this designer was thinking for doing so, with that self-growing foam inside the cabin, the airbags are likely to be not that essential. Nor will this auto have wind leaks. However, what could be a real issue is the problem of combustibility.
We'll now explain what this sculptor did, step-by-step.
The final product of this man is truly stunning. Here we can see the vehicle, as reported in various sources, utilized a Mercedes-Benz CL500 that was heavily broken down. He went to a scrapper and looked for the worst chassis that could be there, as a result, he got this extraordinary piece that he doubtlessly decided to shape it, all on his own.
As already mentioned about the tires, the craftsman had to remove the original wheel to create larger space to fit in the width of all axes of the wheels, as he had the need to introduce wheels which were 30 inches big. He additionally altered the exhaust for a double central exit, changed the back lights and headlights and put a gigantic chrome front grille.
Now we know and expect an enormous process ahead, yet regreting nothing, because of the fact that the outcome was truly awesome (however, we question if the car could be used legally). Here we see the craftsman covering the car with foam to get the wanted shape, since the outline he had in mind was much more bigger than the original size.
Every bit of the car was completely moulded and secured with polyurethane foam, and once everything was prepared, he proceeded to go further, since it was less demanding now and easier to work with. He got hands on with the subtle elements of the front and back of the vehicle, keeping in mind the end goal, which was to have the biggest difference outside. Here you can now observe the outside of the car, which is almost ready and prepared to hit the roads at full speed.
He then continued to take on measurements of all the remaining points of interest of the car to his desire, dealing with every one of the aspects with care . And obviously he had to work on the interiors too, where he had a lot of work ahead of him. He started with applying a great amount of foam on both the dashboard and center console. And then moulded it to be symmetrical.
As you can envision, this is a model that was his own particular idea, a lot of foam but also some subtle elements and details were left as the original. Obviously the result is just one of the things of the past now, since that car will never be used. What a pity! Because we would all love to cruise down the streets with that beauty! However, those 30 inch diameter tires are truly impressive!
A thick layer of striking red paint in genuine Ferrari style and.....Voila! An extravagance sports car prepared for everybody to see. In addition to that, he also placed his stamp, to show that he had been in charge of the planning, and it was also the model on which it was based to create its scale multiplication. In this case it was named AG Excalibur. He also included the grids and trimmed it to fit it precisely to the original model, which was a brand that sold it's luxury cars with Swarovski crystals.