The Scrap Metal Art Thailand workshop, now a giant robot paradise, houses amazing statues and replicas of cars made from scrap l. It is located about two hours east of the capital Bangkok.
Bugatti Chiron in scrap l - Credit: CB Media
In the Scrap Metal Art Thailand workshop, life-size replicas of the robots from Transformers can be found, but also screen wonders from Robocop and Terminator. Nevertheless, the most intriguing objects of all are very this.rtainly the two replicas of Bugatti Chiron . In the past, we had already seen a homemade Bugatti Chiron with cardboard, which had cost only $ 100 .
To its output , you had to spend no less than 2.4 million euros to afford this hypercar . According to Bugatti, the car is electronically limited to a top speed of 380 km / h, but this could reach 500 km / h when all restrictions are lifted.
Bugatti Chiron: there are scrap Thai replicas
The 1500 horsepower quad-tur hypercarbo 1118kW W16 from the Italian manufacturer which has been reproduced is made up of all kinds of old car parts converted in the name of art. It is believed to be an order from a Swedish collector. Two models were made, and they would each cost around 30,000 dollars (24,750 euros). These Bugatti Chiron could not drive, and would be only intended for display .
Made up of old chassis frames, floor plates, body parts, gears and other l parts, it almost looks like a life-size creation from LEGO Technic . The difference is that the replica of the Bugatti Chiron from LEGO could really drive .
In addition to the Bugatti Chiron, we find a Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing made almost entirely of gears, nuts and bolts. There is also a replica of the Ferrari 250 GTO , which is built in a similar fashion.