Finnjet, a stunning 29m limousine is crafted completed from junk

The 29-foot long limousine will surely amaze you not because of its price but because of its junk made body. The vehicle has been named as Finnijet and is owned by a 72 years old chauffeur named Antti Rahko from Finland. It took him almost 10 years to complete the vehicle. He began work by assembling two Mercedes Benz station wagons along with various other parts from different vehicles including Chrysler Imperial 1962.


The scrap car is so famous and esteemed that it even won prizes at the Art Car Parade held in Houston. The car was taken to the Essen Motor Show this year. The car was secured with a million dollar insurance policy and was safely packed in a 12m long container. The car looks amazing with 86 lights and 36 mirrors to decorate its exterior. It also features two jet engine cases which give vent to exhausts. The interior of the car is equally decorated with freezer, television, microwave, ac and so on. The fully functional sauna adds to its luxury. The car is run by three batteries and three alternators. The most interesting feature flaunted by the car is that despite of its luxury it offers an economical ride.


The car gives a mileage of 25mpg. The dual-wheel axle is powered by Mercedes turbo diesel power plant. The car had 8 wheels in total which make the drive around corners easy. The car might look delicate from its looks but in reality it is actually a very tough car. The good news for readers is that the designer is planning to sell the car. Though it’s not going to be cheap for obvious reasons and if you are ready to spend $950,000, you can think of owing the car.


Via: OddityCentral


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