This man covered his old junk car in expanding foam. Now I know why and I’m totally jealous! WHOA!

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Who said that you can’t turn an old, beat-up car into something beautiful? If you are a creative person with some serious skills in sculpting and a vivid imagination, there’s apparently nothing you can’t do with some expandable foam and cardboard stencils.

A Lithuanian man was tired of his old Mercedes-Benz CLK and wanted to turn it into something new. What he did next will seriously make you put your jaw on the floor.
Take a look at the step by step process he went through to refurbish his old car.

At first I almost couldn’t believe how it looked like after the makeover.

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It all started out with this old, beat-up Mercedes CLK-class

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He started covering the exteriors in expandable foam.

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Once the foam became hard, he carefully carved it like a Renaissance artist.

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We are starting to see something…

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… But there’s still a long way to go.

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Carefully detailing the exteriors.

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It’s starting to look cool.

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This guy paid a lot of attention to details.

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Headlights are crucial.

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It’s not finished yet, but the more I see, the more I like it…

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Time to do some more crazy stuff…

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Let’s do something amazing out of the interiors.

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It will be hard to fix all this mess!

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Wow…

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There he goes, crafting his masterpiece.

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Whoa, this man has some serious skills, You have to admit it!

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That’s it, take a look at the exterior in all its glory!

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Now the back…

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It’s hard to stay unnoticed with these rims!

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This man managed to create something beautiful…

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… Out of an old junk car! I didn’t see it coming!

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  1. Sorry but that front end is ugly as f**k. Amazing handiwork, just not a particularly appealing car in my opinion. Still, hats off to this dude.

  2. Some people are just jealous of what other people can do. Just because you dont like it dont mean that other people is going to be amazed. Tbh i dont like cars i like trucks. Thats all i drive. But i love that car its anazing. But i wouldent drive it tho.

  3. Expanding foam insulation is like styro foam. Other than a piece of art, the car would be very unsafe any in type of accident. No state inspection would pass it.

    • There is nothing unsafe about this beacause if u look at the pictures all the metal body is still there all he did instead of using fiberglass he used expanding foam to mold his idea of what he wanted the car to look like

  4. I wonder if this guy ever worked in the clay modeling department of an auto maker. He uses some of the same techniques used in doing that. Truly an artist.

  5. Ever looked under one of those plastic bumpers on today’s newer cars? It’s just Styrofoam over the frame. This is probably the safest thing on the road with all that cushioning. From the looks of the paint job (it is so smooth), I would imagine he finished over the insulation foam with a Bond-o type product before painting it, which would give it more durability. Great job – very talented!

  6. Talent, skill & patience. That is what this is about. It isn’t necessarily about whether I like the color or model he chose

  7. An excellent effort – sadly, unattractive. This is an example of having plenty of skill but no talent. PLENTY of skill. As long as he’s happy with it …

  8. OMG… Are some of you freaking serious! The some of you I am speaking of would more than likely have negative comments about anything someone did. For example, these people would see a beautiful bouquet of roses and make negative remarks such as, some of the steams are longer or shorter than others; and/or some flowers are just beginning to bloom, others are fully bloomed, making the bouquet look ugly; or the flowers should be a different color in in a different vase. Always a cretic. This car is about what it was to what it became from the craftsmanship of this man. Not the color, nor the grill or front end or back end, not if its safe or flammable… Its about what it was and what it became… Thats it. OMG, seriously!

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