• Sep 21, 2009

Puma builds a Ferrari F1 car out of clothes - click above to watch the video after the jump

People apparently love building full-scale Ferrari F1 cars. Whether made from 80,000 lego bricks, delicious chocolate, or $24,000 worth of carbon fiber, the legendary Italian racecars are a popular vehicle to replicate. We can now add clothing to that list.

The latest recreation was built using a variety of Puma shirts, shoes, sandals, socks, hats, and other apparel to recreate a surprisingly detailed Ferrari F1 car. Thanks to Puma's licensing deal with Ferrari, the car even comes with the proper logos and badges. You can watch the video of the entire process after the jump. Thanks for the tip, Rahul!

[Source: YouTube]



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      • 5 Years Ago
      Time well spent!!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Nice! Like the use of the backpack as the racing harness/seatback
      • 5 Years Ago
      You forgot bread. Or was that not a Ferrari...?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Pretty cool.
      Probably cost as much as the real thing. lol
      • 5 Years Ago
      That was pretty cool!