Automobiles are like pieces of art for many enthusiasts. Some owners have been inspired to create magnificent showrooms for their beloved items while one enthusiast hung an actual Lamborghini Countach on his wall like a painting. One man is going down a more functional path by building custom furniture from whole sections of real automobiles.
His builds are showcased on YouTube; one video shows a couch based on the rear bench of a 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville sitting in front of an entertainment center derived from the tail of a Porsche 930. Inside the 930 is a television that, with the push of a button, rises out from under the 911’s rear engine lid.
His latest creation is an entertainment center built out of the back end of a 2005 Porsche Carrera 4. It features working lights and a 42-inch LCD television that rises up from underneath a small section of the rear window glass.
We could also imagine it would be fun making these entertainment centers appear like remnants of a gas-pedal mishap.
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