- A 21-year-old Limpopo man has left South Africans highly impressed with a car that he built up from scraps
- Pictures of the young man's work has been circulating online as many locals try to get him some help on his project
- Many locals also shared compliments with the ambitious young man in the busy comment section
Both @kulanicool and @PaullySkin recently headed to Twitter to share a post about a 21-year-old Limpopo man called Mukundi Malovhele, who built a Lamborgini look-alike from an old burnt-out car.
"Meet Mukundi Malovhele, a 21 year old from Limpopo, Venda. He did his matric last year at Tshipise Sagole. He started making his own car 5 years ago. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556.
"He is about to finish the project but due to financial problem he is facing he can't be able to buy the engine for the car. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556. Let's keep sharing," wrote Paully on her Twitter page recently.
Soon many locals were in the comment section marvelling over the young man's great work. Read a few of their comments below:
"21? Finished matric last year? That car ripped off his time.. He must really want to have a car, had he finished matric at 17 he would have finished college by now heading to the dealers to collect his new car, but he chose to create it with no budget, anyway congrats to him"
"This car is beautiful bro Damn, keep the fire burning"
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a young woman and mother with the Twitter handle @Mpunmi_2102 has taken to the bird app to share her amazing feat of building a house.
Posting two photos on Twitter, the woman shared a frame that showed how it all started when she was just making the foundation and setting the building blocks. The second frame shows the house in its complete form with a wide yard and a white car in its park.
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has generated massive reactions from tweeps, gathering 97,000, and almost 11,000 comments. Many people flocked to the replies to congratulate her heartily.
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