We didn't believe it at first either, but it's true. A man named Ivan Sentch in New Zealand is 3D-printing his own Aston Martin. We've seen a few vehicles made with the technology, including a race car, but never a '61 DB4!

Equipped with a CAD rendering, Autodesk 3ds Max, and a 3D printer, Sentch set out to build the replica of a car he probably would have never been able to afford (there were only 1,200 made). According to Wired, he has made 2,500 fiberglass molds already to build the exterior but the interior and other components will be a totally different beast.

A turbocharged 1993 Nissan Skyline will donate the parts that Sentch can't print, and he estimates the project won't reach completion for another four or five years. If you had the time and resources to build any car, what would it be? 

[via Wired]

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