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This Lamborghini Aventador Is Made from Cardboard and Paper

by Conner Flynn
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A Lamborghini Aventador will cost you a whole lot of paper money, but this one just costs paper. And cardboard. It looks just as awesome. You just can’t drive it.

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This 8-foot-long Lamborghini Aventador A-E2 police interceptor is all paper. It was made by designer Taras Lesko for a cost of about $1000 and weighs about 25lbs – which means he can carry and park it just about anywhere. Taras is no stranger to paper projects, having built lots of other carsGundams, wall art, and 3D busts before.

He was dared by his wife to take on this ambitious project and it is his biggest and heaviest papercraft model yet. Also the most expensive. But well worth it. It looks amazing.

If you’d like to build your own papercraft Lambo, you can download the templates for smaller versions of the car over on Lesko’s website.

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