Man Transforms Car From Junk With Gunk

Before and After

When a man found this old Mercedes CLK ready to be sent to the junk yard, he decided to give it a new lease of life in the most unusual way. You won’t believe the process he used to transform it, and the end result is absolutely breathtaking!

Here’s the an old, beat-up, Mercedes CLK as it was when he found it. As you can see, it had seen better days.

Man Transforms Car From Junk With Gunk

He began by applying thick globs of expanding foam to the exterior of the car:

He began by applying thick globs of expanding foam to the exterior of the car.

Then he sculpted the foam itself, creating smooth surfaces that give away hints of what may be the car’s final design:

With extra care, he sculpted the foam itself, creating smooth surfaces that give away hints of what may be the car's final design.

Using cardboard cutouts as a guide, the car sculptor continues creating the lines that will give the car’s body an added level of detail:

Using cardboard cutouts as a guide, the car sculptor continues creating the lines that will give the car's body an added level of detail.

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He uses a simple ruler to achieve even more precision:

He uses a simple ruler to achieve even more precision.

The mix is applied to the interior of the car, with brand new shapes and designs making up the cockpit:

the mix is applied to the interior of the car, with brand new shapes and designs making up the cockpit.

The shaping foam beneath gets completely covered with finer materials for a sumptuous interior:

The shaping foam beneath gets completely covered with finer materials for a sumptuous interior.

Finally, The exterior gets a glossy red paint finish to give it a brilliant lustre and shine:

The exterior gets a glossy red paint finish to give it a brilliant lustre and shine.

What an amazing transformation! It’s astounding what you can achieve with a little (or a lot) of creativity and patience. Do you like it?

Source: The San Francisco Globe

 

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