If you happen to drive through Sumpter, Wisconsin, you might come across this incredible work of art built in the 1980s by Tom Every. He created the enormous sculpture from more than 300 tons of scrap metal. Its fantastical structures imagined the launch of its creator into the heavens on a beam of lightning.
Awesome Scrap Metal
If you want a real Bugatti Chiron, you’re looking at about $3 million bucks. Or if you’re handy with cutting metal and welding, you could make one out of old car parts. CB Media visited Thailand’s Ban Hun Lek for a look at an incredible Chiron replica parked between an army of junkyard mechs and monsters.