- A clever man who could not afford a cement truck decided to convert his old car with a cement mixer to fix potholes
- The car is an old Dacia that looks battered and bruised and has been modified so that it can carry a cement mixer at its rear axle
- Many users commented that the modified cement mixer was "great innovation", "smart thinking" and another said "they probably do a better job than South Africa's road works"
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An innovative construction worker converted his old car into a cement mixer by fitting the contraption to the rear of the car.
The video shows a car that's been heavily modified to fit a huge cement mixer. These machines are usually located on the back of trucks, so it's a shock to see it fitted to an old Romanian like such as a Dacia.
The car drives towards an area on a road that's heavily damaged by potholes and a couple of workers are ready to receive cement.
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Social media users commented on the clip, with many being very positive:
"They probably do a better job than South Africa's road works."
"I want one."
Young man buys small car for R17 000, transforms it into clean vehicle, his video amazes many
Briefly News reports that another innovative man who used an old cheap car as a base to build from bought one for just £900 (R17 000) in 2015.
To make the car better, he went into a revamping process. In a video, the man said that he never had any experience in automobile modification when he started the mission to make it look better.
As a way to clean the rust, he shot blasted the body and had to later deal with many holes on the exterior. To cover them, he spent many days and nights painting.
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Source: Briefly News