Unfortunately there isn’t any information on the maker of this car, but the pictures are cool. If anyone knows more about this build, please post it in the comments and I will update the entry. If you can’t afford a Lambo, make it!

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Apparently the car, called the “Woodighini” was made by a 33 year old Canadian named “Woody”. You can read more about the project on the AutoBlog website. Also, there is a great interview that can be found on the Motor Foot Blog. A big Thank You goes to JohnW for sending in the links!

  • helifino

    ..if the maker thinks a carburetted twin-turbo is a good idea.

  • JohnW

    The maker is “a steel fabricator from Canada named Woody”.

  • JohnW
  • mike

    its amazing work. he actually joined our car forum to talk about it. its was a cool oppurtunity to actually talk to him

  • mike

    here is the thread that was on my car forum where he posted some more info

  • PaSCuaLiN

    This is a Lambo “reventon” you can see pictures on google

  • Ken

    It’s interesting that Make should post this on Tuesday. Yesterday I found my October 2008 issue of Wood Magazine in my mailbox with a wood gullwing door sports car on the cover and a nice, hefty article about it’s build inside. Called “Spliter” it features a 700 HP engine and a cassis, suspension, body, seats, wheels made almost entirely out of wood.


    • Marc de Vinck


      It looks awesome, but I am NOT going 240mph in a car made of wood!

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    I recall back in the late eighties when I was working in an auto body shop in Streetsville (Mississauga) Ontario, there was a guy who built a Lambo using a Fiero chassis, and a very blown out 350 engine, body was made of fiberglass. It was the very cool looking. He eventually died of lung cancer from not using a mask while sanding and prepping the car for paint. Anyway nice car.

  • Wil Ramirez

    Nice build on the “Lamborghinish” looking car. Kind of looks like he took some styling cues from the Reventon as well as from the Contach. Overall, I think the guy that built this did a great job. I guess his philosophy was if he could buy one, he might as well build one himself especially if he had the technical knowledge…and a lot of time on his hands.


  • Ron

    Nice, but why choose the standard Lamborghini when you are building it from scratch.

    I would much rather go for the Bravo:
    (scroll down a bit to see it)

    • Marc de Vinck

      I personally like the Lamborghini Canto. Although, with the amount of work going into such a project, I would design something from scratch and not copy anything.