Can't afford a real Lambo? Build one yourself.
Fake supercars can be done really well or really bad. There's very little middle ground. And of course we love to make fun of the bad ones because, well, they're bad. But what if there's a fake supercar, in this case a Lamborghini, that's so bad it's actually awesome. Case in point: this motorcycle engined-powered homemade Lamborghini. Its owner/builder is a farmer who doesn't look like he has much money, but that didn't kill his dream of owning a Lamborghini Aventador.
He didn't cry because he couldn't afford one, but instead used his mechanical and welding skills to their full extent. The result is what you see in the video below. Perhaps the more accurate way to describe this thing is that it's a two-seat motorcycle with a Lamborghini-styled body.
It also has some pretty trick features like an adjustable height suspension, movable spoiler, LED fog lights, taillights and headlights, and a folding hardtop. Even the interior, particularly the center console really doesn't look half bad, considering it's homemade. Even though the white paint job isn't the best and not built to scale, you gotta give credit where credit is due. Considering that Lamborghini itself was born from a tractor company, the people over in Sant'Agata ought to send this guy a note of respect. Remember, Ferruccio Lamborghini had a farming background and spent plenty of time tinkering around in a garage as a kid fixing stuff. Something like this is right up his alley.