Sunday, October 04, 2009

I'm doing it all wrong!

so i've been working on my race car for many...many...many months now. and i need many more before it will even resemble a car again. But after watching these videos..i realize i'm doing it all wrong. i should just hire these guys! They build a new acura prototype in less then 22 hrs! Watch the crash..then the time lapse build video. Really cool.





ALMS: Patron Highcroft Petit Le Mans Rebuild from GrandTouringPrototype.com on Vimeo.

4 comments:

melly mel said...

well, perhaps 8 corrigans could do the trick!

Anonymous said...

So apparently what you need to do is clone yourself, and then win the lottery! Good luck with that!!............M

Corrigan said...

i don't think the world can handle multiple me's

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