Baby Aventador made from scrap metal cruises at 26 mph.
If you're looking for a retirement project to sink your teeth into, take a leaf out of this awesome Chinese grandfather's book who has done a fine job turning scrap metal into a little Lambo for his grandson. Known as Guo, he built the car in his garage in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan Province, China. The baby Raging Bull took six months to piece together guided by photos found online and, as you'll see from the video, is a fully useable machine that speeds along at up to 26 mph.
Power comes from five batteries. There are forward and reverse gears, and is large enough to carry Guo and his grandson. It even has a stereo system so you can hear it coming. Grandfather of the year? We nominate Guo.