With a full teak interior that even features paddle shifters.
The extreme exclusivity and unbearably high price tag of the Bugatti Veyron have made it not only one of the most desirable cars on earth, but also one that is often imitated and replicated. Having shown you failed attempts that were based on Audis and Suzukis in the past, this time we've found an Indonesian craftsman that has gone to the effort of hand-building this "Veyron" entirely from teak scrap with workmanship so detailed it even mimics the original's steering wheel, moving gear lever and paddle shifters.
The Veyron chariot was built to order for a customer from Germany and reportedly cost $3,300. Check out the result here: