Hungarian Man Builds a Functional Wooden Chopper

Seeing that no company would ever make the chopper he wanted, Istvan Puskas from Hungary decided he would build one himself. Yup, it is as easy as that. He spent two years building his chopper, which is made mostly from weather-resistant black locust wood.

The wooden machine actually runs, although its wheels do have rubber and the engine was sourced from an old, small Fiat. Even so, most of the part is lumber. To kick off the weird feel of the chopper, Istvan made its exhaust pipes and handlebars from cow horns, and used deer antlers for decoration. It might not be super comfortable to ride, but it sure makes up for that with its unique style.

Via Express.de, OddityCentral

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