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DIY: Building Stool Entirely From Engine Internals

DIY: Building Stool Entirely From Engine Internals! For many of us, perhaps browsing ...

DIY: Building Stool Entirely From Engine Internals! For many of us, perhaps browsing through the web one day could lead to a find that we absolutely had to have. For those with a lot of DIY gearhead interests, those tables and other pieces of furniture made of car parts certainly can find a way of singing to our hearts. However, most of the time, these unique pieces generally come with quite a price tag. It almost inspires one to head out to the garage and see what kind of parts are left over from the last build. Perhaps, we can scrounge up something good enough to put together an interesting and unique piece of automotive furniture.

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As it turns out, this is something that’s easier said than done. Unless the builder wants a finished piece that is nothing short of junk, there’s a lot of preparation that has to go into making sure that not only the right parts are put in the right places but also that these parts are clean enough to make their way into a piece of furniture. Sometimes, a little bit of paint even comes into the picture to make the finished product look even more complete and ready to display. This is where we get to see some personal flair thrown into the mix of creativity.

By following along with the video below, we get to watch the mesmerizing footage that takes us along for a ride in just that endeavor. It appears as if the person responsible for this one has managed to wrangle up a set of engine internals that would do the trick just right for creating a custom stool. After watching this one closely, I think that we can all admit that this is a task that is a lot easier said than done. It appears as if the individual behind this one has a ton of work invested to make the project look just right.

Evgeniy Budilov

Making Turbo Chair From An Combustion EngineCredit: Evgeniy Budilov | youtu.be/0uSlGlYOkv4

Posted by DIY & Crafts on Tuesday, 12 February 2019

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