A Colorado family is taking car building to an entirely different level by making a Lamborghini with a 3-D printer. According to CBS Denver, the Backus family in Erie has spent the past 20 months working on building the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

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The sticker for the supercar is well over a half a million dollars. When the 3-D printed version of the car is complete, the total cost for the Backus family will be around $20,000. The heart of the car will have a Corvette engine and parts from other vehicle manufacturers. The project should be completed in the spring, where it will then get a vehicle identification number and be street legal.

Source: CBS Denver


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