The things you can do with timber #10008
Weighing just over two tonnes and taking over four and a half years to build, Jerry Nickel from Arizona, USA developed a working wooden car made of mostly mahogany and oak.
The car comprises of over 4000 mahogany pieces and 64 American oak, with 19L of glue, 15L of polyurethane and over 27 kg of screws.
It may look pretty but it does have some grunt; powered by two 500 ci Cadillac engines and 400 HP front and rear drive train.
After being sold at an auction, the car is now on display at the Pioneer Auto Museum in South Dakota.