Wooden Ferrari engine


11 Responses to “Wooden Ferrari engine”

  1. technogeek says:

    Frankly, I’d rather have one of these than a Ferrari. This is nice sculpture. A Ferrari meets almost none of my criteria for being an interesting vehicle.

    There are other sculptures I’d rather have, but this is pretty, well done, and in its way is a nice backhanded comment on the sports-car cult.

  2. CastanhasDoPara says:

    That is simply awesome. Made my morning, thanks.

  3. Bade says:

    What’s ‘e want? Tell ‘im ‘e’s dreamin’!

    For non-Aussies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dik_wnOE4dk

  4. Anonymous says:

    I can’t help but be reminded of this:


    Good work, though. Best full size wooden Ferrari engine replica I’ve seen.

  5. nixiebunny says:

    At least it costs less than a real Ferrari engine.

    What do you suppose possessed someone to carve this thing?

  6. gwailo_joe says:

    May I hazard a guess as to who may have carved this? I’m figuring Thai: I have seen some pretty detailed wooden bikes for sale there in tourist markets (nothing close to this in magnitude, of course). . .but the skill is there. Hell, due to geography I’m betting 100% on South East Asia: who else would have the patience?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Six Webber twin-choke carburetors.

    Legend goes that you have to be of Italian decent to tune one of these.

  8. barrie says:

    For me, the beauty in an engine is in its potential to provide life to machinery. This thing only has the potential to light up a bonfire for a couple of hours. What a complete and utter waste of forest hardwoods.

    • IPFREELY says:

      The piece of art which this hardwood now is can provide much more than function. It is a form to contemplate on and respect. I’m sure it was an adventure to make, but the journey of it so far has probably put a few smiles on academics, car fans and artists. Art is never a waste.

  9. Elliott says:

    You wooden get very far with this in your car!

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