Indian Mechanic modifies a second-hand four wheeler into a ‘Lamborghini’ during Covid-induced Lockdown
The extraordinary feat took mechanic Nurul Haque 8 months and Rs. 6.2 Lakhs, who created this hand crafted masterpiece
He next wants to bring prestige to Assam by creating his dream vehicle – 'Assam Ferrari' - to motivate his fellow citizens
Nurul Haque modifies a second-hand four wheeler into a ‘Karimganj Lamborghini’ during Covid-induced Lockdown
An assamese motor mechanic has transformed his dilapidated old Maruti Swift into a ‘Lamborghini’.
This ‘fast and furious’ fan, who hails from Karimganj district of Assam, always dreamt of owning and driving a ‘Lamborghini’. When the Covid-19 induced lockdown was clamped he thought this was the God-sent opportunity to translate his dreams into reality.
Today, Nurul Haque is a rage over the social media and local TV Channels for his ‘Karimganj Lamborghini’. From a humble background this 31-year mechanic has big dreams. Even though he does not have huge financial resources he has achieved success through hardwork and ingenuity.
This ‘Karimganj Lamborghini’ is fully hand created and modelled using very basic mechanical tools. Spending around Rs.6.2 Lakhs and 8 months he has created this masterpiece which is now bringing him more work than ever.
His Instagram handle where he has uploaded photos and videos of his yellow ‘Karimganj Lamborghini’ is full of congratulatory messages.
Nurul, when asked how he learnt to create this remodelled vehicle his answer was, “I set about building Lamborghini parts by watching YouTube videos.”
He further adds, "But I didn't realise that it would be a costly affair. From buying the engine and the raw material to giving it the final shape, the total expenditure was around ₹ 6,20,000.”
Nurul does not know whether he will be able to drive the masterpiece and motivate others in the state - to not only dream but take it to fruition. “I am not sure if even developing such a replica is legal. I want to drive the car across the state and I hope the police won't arrest me and seize my car."
While people are appreciative of his ‘Karimganj Lamborghini’ he has moved on. He is now planning to build a curstomised replica of a Ferrari. “I want people to take note of Karimganj and Assam, and an ‘Assam Ferrari’ will help me do so.”
You can find Nurul’s on instagram here. https://www.instagram.com/p/CQXaYuoHipo/