Most people are not willing to spend more than a few hours building a model car. But this French man, Pierre Scerri, spent tens of thousands of hours working on a one third scale model of the Ferrari 312 PB.
By his estimation, he spent at least 20,000 hours building the model. That’s 833 total days.
The first three years of the project were spent taking pictures and making drawings. The subsequent 12 were spent fabricating every single component of the car from scratch.
It even has a working twelve cylinder engine and five speed gearbox, that Scerri built by hand. It even sounds like a real Ferrari. If a small enough person could be found, this car could be driven.
This video has been around for a little while, but it is still amazing to see the level of craftsmanship Scerri put into his work.
Take a look and be amazed below (via YouTube):
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