Pretty sweet ride, right? Sweet right up until the point that you get into it and it crumples, or simply melts away in the rain; this is a full-scale 1969 Mustang made entirely of paper. It's part of an art installation by artist Jonathan Brand, with the title One Piece At A Time, to tie in with the Johnny Cash song of the same name (although strictly speaking, that should be a Cadillac) printed on a large format inkjet printer — presumably similar to the one that HP's used to print handbags — and presented as individual parts, right down to the last paper nut and bolt. So really, all the hard work's been done for you — all you need is a large format photocopier and lot of folding time.[Jonathan Brand via Classic Driver via BornRich]
Print Your Own '69 Mustang
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