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Chinese farmer builds Lamborghini replica to transport fertilizer

(CNTV)

10:46, August 28, 2012

28-year-old Wang Jian from east China’s Jiangsu province has become an internet sensation for duplicating a 1.6-million-dollar Lamborghini Reventon sports car with his bare hands and simple tools. (CNTV)

If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a Lamborghini but think you’ll probably never have enough money to realize that dream, think again. 28-year-old Wang Jian from east China’s Jiangsu province has become an internet sensation for duplicating a 1.6-million-dollar Lamborghini Reventon sports car with his bare hands and simple tools.

The rusty roadster, nicknamed "the most awesome sports car" by netizens, was assembled with parts from a second-hand Nissan van and a Volkswagon Santana sedan. It cost Wang 60,000 yuan in all and is used to transport fertilizer. Despite the praise, Wang has been urged by local authorities not to drive his car on the road due to safety concerns.

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