Polish amateur mechanic Jacek Mazur had a bit of a dilemma. He wanted a McLaren F1, but as the usual cost for an F1 runs into the millions, buying one wasn't an option. Instead, he built his own. It's taken Jacek eight years to create this thing. He built the tubular space-frame chassis himself, and crafted a McLaren F1 lookalike body. It even has the driver's seat in the middle, and a mid-mounted BMW V12, like the real thing - sort of. It'll allegedly do 200mph, but it'd take someone decidedly brave to do that sort of speed in something that's been put together in a shed. The total cost came to a not unreasonable £20k, and while it looks a bit shoddy from some angles, it's not that far off...
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