You might not have seven figures to spend on a Lamborghini, but you might be able to scrounge up $10,000 for a car.
A Chinese farmer spent about $9,500 in parts to create a Lamborghini Reventon knockoff (of course, it’s China) modeled after the 2007 model; only 21 of the real thing were produced, with a base price of $1.6 million.
Wang Jian, who worked at a garage for more than a decade, built the replica using parts from a second-hand Nissan and Santana. The vehicle, which is still missing headlights and windshields, can reportedly reach 160 mph.
The image above can’t do the creation justice. Instead, head over to Yahoo! News to see the gallery.
Image: Screenshot from CCTV