Here’s How One Man Turned His Mitsubishi Eclipse into a Lamborghini Reventón!
“What Would MacGyver Do?” is not a question most car owners ask. Though many people dream of trading in their clunkers for luxury vehicles, most see the design and development stage as the domain of professionals. As consumers, our job is to buy and enjoy cool cars, not to create them.
One man, however, was not content to slowly save up money for a nicer ride. He was committed to obtaining the car of his dreams as soon as possible, and if buying it was not an option, he would make it for himself. Through ingenuity and adaptive experience, he turned his Mitsubishi Eclipse into a luxury Lamborghini, allowing him to drive in style at minimal expense. His story is an inspiration to car enthusiasts, though you may have trouble believing that it is real.
In many ways, the Lamborghini is the epitome of the struggle for success and wealth. People of all backgrounds and cultures dream of being able to drive a beautiful, powerful performance vehicle recognized for excellence all over the world. When asked what you would do with millions of dollars, it’s likely this car will be part of your answer.
The dream of owning such a beautiful vehicle, however, must eventually contend with a cold, hard reality: Lamborghinis are expensive! A car of this quality is far outside of the price range of most consumers. Even those who can afford a Lamborghini often decide that their money is better spent on housing, investments, or education for their children.
Most people end up driving a car like the 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse, pictured here, that our automotive adventurer owned. There is, of course, nothing wrong with driving a car like this, but drivers who strive for speed and style are bound to feel unsatisfied with such a vehicle.
Can Do Confidence
Those who are most likely to achieve their dreams are those with a “Can Do” attitude, who see obstacles as speed bumps rather than road blocks. Many such people would respond to this car challenge by trying to earn enough money for a luxury vehicle, but our innovator had other plans.