Man Builds a Lamborghini in His Basement

Man Builds a Lamborghini in His Basement

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What do you have going on in your basement? Some mold growing? A random collection of crumpled red Solo cups accruing in the corner? Whatever it is, it’s not as crazy as this. Ken Imhoff, a sports car nut with a bit of time on his hands, spent 17 years building a Lamborghini Countach from scratch in his basement. Back in 2008 he finally finished constructing the ride. Afterwards, Ken simply excavated to get his new wheels outside. You know, just dig a hole through your basement wall after you’ve removed the ground in front of it. No comment from his wife.



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