Say what you want about New Zealanders, but they’re a resourceful bunch.
Take Kiwi Ivan Sentch for example.
Desperate to own a classic Aston Martin DB4, but not having a lazy $700,000 to buy one, Ivan isprinting one.
Yes, armed with $500 3D printer, Ivan, who is a programmer from Auckland, is painstakingly assembling a DB4 replica.
So far he’s printed about 72 percent of the parts needed at a cost of around $2000.
This isn’t his first project, either. Ivan’s last project was a Ferrari 250 GTO replica.
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