While there are countless people across the globe who dream of being an owner of the limited-edition Rolls-Royce Boat Tail, a child in Vietnam already has his own, dare we say, much cooler version.
While this isn’t the first wooden masterpiece his dad, TrÆ°Æ¡ng VÄƒn Äáº¡o, has made, it’s certainly his most popular one to date. The YouTube video where he shows the process of making it has garnered a mind-blowing 44 million (and counting) views since it was posted on January 7, 2022.
The video was posted to his businesses YouTube channel, ND – Woodworking Art. Although TrÆ°Æ¡ng has a day job at Google, his passion for woodworking means he’s more than happy to spend some of his free time taking requests for wooden creations of all kinds.
That being said, not all of his creations are for work. When TrÆ°Æ¡ng set out to make this Rolls-Royce replica, he made it especially for his son.
This 68-day labor of love took an incredible amount of time and effort, but in the sped-up overview of the process, TrÆ°Æ¡ng somehow manages to make it look effortless.
Even those who don’t consider themselves interested in cars will be entranced in the way TrÆ°Æ¡ng meticulously adds details to every element of the small vehicle, including details in the wooden parts of the wheels.
The most impressive element, however, has to be the butterfly trunk. Like the Boat Tail, this replica has two doors that open automatically, revealing the perfect place to store whatever you need, like snacks or toys.
Best of all, the car is totally functional with a battery-powered motor and blue-colored headlights and taillights!
This Rolls Royce doesn’t cost $28 million like the real deal, but it’s certainly priceless. And all the time and effort that was put into making it paid off the moment TrÆ°Æ¡ng and his son went for their first drive together, topping it off with a celebration snack on the side of the road.
Watch the captivating creating process below and don’t forget to share.
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