We all have the dream of driving a luxury car, at least once in our lives. But not all of us can easily purchase a Porsche, Ferrari, Audi or a Lamborghini. All of these brands cost millions of dollars that we might have to work our as*es out for the rest of our lives to afford one. But do we really have to go to a dealer to own these prestigious cars?
Obviously not! And a man just proved he can have the car of his dreams without handing a single dollar to a dealers shop.
Lamborghini is certainly a car brand to admire. Like any other luxury cars, it utilizes the highest entertainment technology, ultimate safety features, latest engine performance techniques and most modern body materials. Driving a model of it will surely satisfy your desire for prestige, but you need at least $ to bring home a unit.
Ken Imhoff decided to build his own luxury car when he fell in love with a Lamborghini he saw in a movie.
Using only this wheel for his tool, he started to make his dream car 17 years ago.
Ken Imhoff has a deep love for Lamborghini cars. Like any other enthusiasts, his ultimate dream is to see himself behind the wheels of a Lambo. His dream led him, not to work double to earn the price but to build a unit with his own bare hands.
Ken fell in love with the Lamborghini Countach featured in the film, Cannonball Run.” He promised himself to get himself one, but at that time, he cannot afford to buy it. That was when he decided to make one.
He formed these wooden jigs to help him create the perfect angles for the car.
Although he didn’t have any engineering background, Ken was decided to build a Lambo on his own. He planned everything thoroughly, from materials procurement up to the building process. The amount of time and energy he invested in his project is beyond compare. He made sure that every part mirrors the authentic Lambo which is probably why his project took 17 years to complete.
He then carefully bent and shaped the metal parts of his dream car.
And after almost two decades of molding his dream car, Ken is now able to enjoy the fruit of his unimaginable hard work. He now graces the streets of his town with his own version of the Lamborghini Countach, seemingly convincing everyone that it is never impossible for an ordinary man to own a luxury car.
Next was the assembly of the frames and the systems of the vehicle from the engine to the ignition to the transmission and others.
And after 17 years of hardwork, this is now the finished product of Ken.
Author Proposes a Simple Question That Shuts Down All Anti-Abortion Arguments
You don’t have to be a pro or anti-abortion just to agree that what he asked made total sense.
Whether you agree or not, abortion is still a topic worth debating in our society. Some believe it’s a must, but others say otherwise. Despite the fact that some argue that “life begins at conception,” it still holds true that our modern scientists and lawmakers have yet to determine the exact beginning of life.
But perhaps the biggest issue that remains is that people, at times, are entitled to tell others what to do with their bodies. Or, at least, they feel that doing so is correct and acceptable when it's entirely not.
Whenever pro-lifers discuss the horrific aftermath of abortion, the other side can’t help but get involved. And this continues to cycle as each day passes by – there seems to be no end to it. Interestingly, an author by the name of Patrick S. Tomlinson (known for The Ark Trilogy) is raising argument all over Twitter. In just a couple of tweets, he has managed to propose a simple yet thought-provoking question that will leave any pro-lifer scrambling – and they’ve yet to find an acceptable, coherent answer....
Meet the Cosplayer Who Can Remarkably Transform Herself Into Anyone
As a gamer, I can’t help but get fascinated with her video game cosplays!
Cosplaying has indeed become a huge thing these days. It’s being celebrated in numerous conventions or expos across the world, with the goal of featuring cosplayers from all walks of life. However, it can’t be denied that not everyone can look as great and identical as the characters he/she is portraying.
Well Alyson Tabbitha is among the few cosplayers out there who can remarkably transform herself into any character. Her love for cosplaying began at an early age when her mom would create her own costumes for Halloween. This put the seed in her head, and she eventually became a professional cosplayer in 2014. Ever since, her costumes have been highlighted in various events.
From creative representations of Captain Jack Sparrow to Edward Scissorhands, Alyson is making huge waves in the industry. Oh, this goes without saying that her Final Fantasy costumes are top-notched! No wonder she has since acquired a huge following on Instagram....
Transgender Woman Stored Her Sperm So She Can Father Her Own Children Someday
“I think it is incredible to know I can still have a baby that is half my DNA.”
For most transgenders, having the body and gender they want is more than enough, the pinnacle of their desires. But for Lea Membrey, this is not the end of it. The 20-year old from Auckland, New Zealand went to a sperm bank three times to store her own (this was done before she transitioned) so that she can father her own child when it becomes possible to have biological children of her own!
Lea started transitioning in July 2015 after feeling "disconnected" from her original male body. She has felt like that ever since she was a boy. She has been bullied and abused during her school years for being gay, a label that she's not really comfortable with.
It was when she met other transgender women that she became serious with transitioning.
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