Wooden Ferrari F50

Livio De Marchi, a master craftsman from Italy, decided to make his own Ferrari F50 out of wood. He spent 5-months replicating everything from the mirrors to logo, and now, it shares the historic Venetian waterways with gondolas and water taxis. This watercraft weighs in at around 2,000-pounds, which is only slightly less than the real steel / aluminum F50. Since it’s designed for water, this F50 is powered by a Yamaha boat engine rather than a V12. Click here to view the first image in this week’s geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 3D-printed Stargate that actually dials.


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