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. I know this looks like a disaster...but bear with me.
Time to carve out your vision. This is the hard part...
Post-sculpting, you`re starting to see a new shape.
Good ol` cardboard to stencils help the car really take shape. Next, it`s time to smooth and detail the exterior.
I promise you this is NOT the final color. We`re still in the sculpting phase.
After all, do you know anyone who drives a Robin`s Egg Blue car around? LOL.
Looks alright, I guess...but we`re not nearly done.
Ain`t nothin` sexy `bout that backside.
Dream cars have curves. The difference is in the subtle nuances.
Headlights are also 100% necessary but surprisingly simple to install.
Finally, we see a pretty shape. But it`s still so...
...unfinished and blah.
Mixing up more product! What happens next will blow your mind.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that. Kinda like a secret recipe from grandma...only you should not try to eat this stuff. Trust me.
But wait - before we bring the exterior to it`s final glory - we can`t leave our interior untouched!
After all, dream cars beautiful inside and out. Sort of like the person you want to fall in love with someday...
"The sculptor" starts his work:
Again, the difference is in the details. Your car is an extension of your home. Make it nice.
Boom. The gloriously restored interior. The (c)artist`s attention to shape and size really shines through in this work.
The exterior with a fresh coat of gloss.
Car`s got curves for DAYS!
I told you it would get sexier.
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!