- A man, Frank Deangelo, with the help of his team was able to totally transform a plane into a very long limousine
- The vehicle also came with very gigantic tyres that are 24 inches tall and cameras affixed to strategic parts of the vehicle
- Frank added that the limo-jet took about four cars and more than $1 million (R15 million) to make it into what it is
PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us at @brieflyza!
A man, Frank Deangelo, has amazed many online after he transformed a big plane into a vehicle that is 42ft long. In a video posted by Ridiculous Rides, the man explained the whole making process.
He said the plane fuselage was married into vehicles. About four whole vehicles were said to be infused to make the ride.
It was capital intensive
It took me 9 years: Man builds beautiful supercar with woods, used walnuts for the tyres & drives it in video
The man added that the craft is one of the few ones on the planet. Frank revealed that over $1 million (over R15 million) was invested in the project.
PAY ATTENTION: Never miss breaking news – join Briefly News' Telegram channel!
Frank said that he has also had a passion for cars. Apart from it being 42ft long, the vehicle nicknamed Limo Jet is also 11ft and 6 inches high.
The tyres are 28 inches high. He added that some of the lights used on the automobile came from Jeep, while others were custom-made.
The dashboard of the aeroplane car has four screens that show what the four different cameras outside are capturing.
What I will sell it for
The limo is started as a normal car. However, effects are added to make it look as if you are operating a plane and it is about to take off. He said he would sell for $5 million (R78 million)
According to him, a difficult challenge his team faced was making the interior. He revealed that the shape of the plane posed a serious problem and they had to make many things by hand.
Watch the video below:
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
Bradley Clemont said:
"Waste of money."
Stephen Kennett said:
"Admits it cost around a million to build, then says its for sale for 5 .... guessing he's not the salesman of the company."
Eric Oestmann said:
"Never be late for work again!"
Jordan Youngblood Noel said:
An amazing half boat and half van
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a talented man identified as Joe Harmon has built a beautiful supercar using wood after a tasking 9 years.
According to the creator of the whip, it took him roughly 20,000 hours and consists of 20 kinds of wood.
Reacting to concerns of it catching fire in the event of an accident, Joe said virtually all normal cars run the risk of catching fire when there is a mishap.
Source: Briefly News