Homemade Lamborghini Built In 10 Years

Even you can have a lamborghini but oh well you will have to build it yourself like these guys did!!!

Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)
Home made Lamborghini built in 10 years (35 pics)

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37 Responses to “Homemade Lamborghini Built In 10 Years”

  1. Mik Says:

    That certainly is a labor of love, awesome work and he must be really pleased with the end result.

  2. Rob Says:

    Well what ever floats your boat.. Definitely skilled. I wouldn’t have the time and energy to pull that off knowing the end result is still going to be a kit car worth the parts that are on it. If you got real one, at least the value would hold. I did do a 2.2turbo motor once into a fiat x19. But build a car from scratch, wow thats dedication..

  3. SkoLaR Says:

    Dude, awesome! Great work! You must feel very accomplished!

  4. rc67 Says:

    Yah, it’s a kit car, but I’ve never seen a kit car looking good or let alone one that looked almost identical to an exotic car…

  5. Martin Says:

    That’s not a kit car, thats a homebuilt custom, wouldn’t think it would make any difference as far as value goes. But he didn’t assemble a kit, he built the car from scratch, big difference there, if that belonged to me I for one would be offended by someone calling it a kit car. Looks damn good. umm did he knock out a wall to get it out of a basement???????????

  6. Chris Says:

    Truly amazing! Anyone that can build a car like this from scratch deserves a ton of credit. Totally disagree with the guy who stated it’s a kit car, this is a homemade work of art!

  7. Adam Says:

    He built it in his basement. In order to get it out he used the excavator to remove the dirt next to the basement wall, cut and removed the wall and then used the excavator to pull his “Lambo” out of the basement. S’all in the photos folks.

  8. Fernando Says:

    Really good job
    Is awesome wath you did, the only thing that was a little weird for me was that you biuld it in your basement and you used a crane to take out your car. (sorry but my english is not too good)
    Have you try it?

  9. Rob Says:

    Beautiful Work!
    The second one will be easy now.

  10. chad Says:

    that’s cool, but being a v8 and homemade that’s a lot of money and time down the drain.

  11. Sako Says:

    Just awesome.
    Great job.

  12. Mathias Says:

    That’s some real dedication, my respect.

  13. Luke Says:

    Awesome man, you should be proud.

  14. BenLikesCars Says:

    holy mackerel, now that’s an enthusiast.

    he better keep it for at least as long as it took him to build. I don’t think those happy kids would have it any other way.

  15. BenLikesCars Says:

    looking forward to seeing it perform on youtube!

  16. Iddy Albatross Says:

    Looks just as good as the original… a bit more info on the performance, though?

  17. james wakefield Says:

    fair play to you mate that is one nice homemade machine!! hat off to you!

  18. dvg Says:

    i’m not really one to get all crazy about cars, but this is amazing. . wow

  19. pass6 Says:

    very impressive. that deserves a great deal of praise. my favourite car built by hand. fantastic!

  20. harvey Says:

    dude that is fucking bad ass i love it

  21. Chris Says:

    Its amazing how the car turned from red to silver once it came out of the hole in the ground.

    This is so photo chopped it makes my toenails hurt.

  22. Bailey Says:

    WTF are you talking about chris you twat, there are clearly 5 photos showing it silver in colour in the basement, go get your cynical eyes checked.

    Great work buddy, best home made car ever.

  23. Other Chris Says:

    Screw all the cynics. Who cares about the monetary value? It’s all about the time and love he put in to the thing. Those who only care about money can go fuck themselves. While sentimental value won’t purchase you your penis medicine, at least this guy knows he did something the cynics never will. Keep up the good work, sir. And everyone should stop and appreciate a little hard work from time to time.

  24. kevin Says:

    Stunning!Totally beautiful.Inspirational.A man with a plan and a vision.I could spend days just looking at it.Thank you.

  25. Cheap Vehicle Warranty Says:

    it’s amazing, it must be amazingly rewarding to build a copy of your dream car. Su much fun!

    He built it in his basement…weird!

  26. Marshall Says:

    Amazing work on the car! I agree with all the people who say to forget about money value and worry about sentimental value. I’ve seen people restore tons of cars and even a few kit cars, but never a one of a kind hand built work of art.

    By the way, did anyone notice the hot chick’s body under what looks to be one of the rim cut outs?

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  28. Kevin Wilson Says:

    Wow, I have to say that is some really amazing craftsmanship. But for some reason, whenever someone does something like this, there is just always something about the end result that never sits quite right.

  29. Jeff DeWitt Says:

    Amazing, what an incredible amount of work, the results look great and I hope it drives at least as good as it looks!

    Chris, I don’t think what you are seeing is the result of PhotoShop, I think it’s paint. The body of the car is metal but those red bits are some kind of plastic and were painted as the car was finished.

  30. Chris More Says:

    You know you love cars when you build one for 10 years and then have to tear your house up to get it out of the basement! We would love to see some videos of it online.

  31. jdm engines Says:

    Now that is some dedication. I wonder if he ever really thought he would finish it.

  32. Vinicio Says:

    WOW! This is awesome!

  33. andrewzcarguy Says:

    Needs boost! Incredible build. Just incredible attention to detail. I personally would have gone for a Diablo body style and would have put a VG30DETT motor from a 300ZX in it for the sake of being a little different, but this is truly the cleanest kit car I have ever seen. Wow. 10 out of 10.

  34. daguy Says:

    Building a countach for 10years and then the gallardo comes out that must’ve pissed the guy of ALOT

  35. carlover Says:

    Nice. Except if he truly admired the countach, he would have fitted it with a v12. Not some random V8.

  36. petrooo Says:

    u sir is the definitive petrohead… congrats

  37. ajay Says:

    Suppub Car.Homemade Lamborghini i love this.

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