Wooden Volkswagen Beetle

May 9, 2014

Category: Rides

There’s dedication, like, when your Little League coach spends an extra 45 minutes after practice to teach you the finer points of hitting the cutoff man, then there’s dedication, Momir Bojic-style.

Momir lives in Bosnia, and apparently hasn’t heard of Netflix, because this fine gentleman has invested countless hours in giving his VW Beetle an intricate wooden skin made from 50,000 tiny little sculpted pieces of oak. Just let that sink in a second. At 9,000 pieces, Momir thought it over and said to himself, “Yeah, this could use another 41,000 more.” Of course he didn’t completely cover the headlights and brake lights, but otherwise this was a maniacally thorough job. He even varnished it, just in case some jerkbag wanted to come by and nitpick at this obsessive act of awesomeness.

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