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Man Builds Full Scale F1 Car From 956,000 Matchsticks

Michael Arndt spent 6 years creating a full size replica of a McLaren F1 car using 956,000 matchsticks, 1686 tubes of glue and spending around 6000 Euros ($8,725) on it. It can be broken down into 45 parts for easy transport to various matchstick-builders conventions. More pictures after the jump.


Source: Jalopnik

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