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    Watch a rusted out 1967 Karmann Ghia transform into a beautiful Viper V10 powered monster

    This is a hell of a build and more than worthy of admiration and respect. It starts with a rusted out 1967 Karmann Ghia shell. The Karmann Ghia of course first introduced by Volkswagen as a rear engine and rear wheel drive sports car. You might be wondering, how in the world did anyone fit over 8 liters of Viper V10 in the back of the Karmann Ghia? The answer is they did not. They fit the engine under the front bonnet for a much different take on the design.

    The fabrication work here is simply jaw dropping. The pictures and video tell the story, enjoy:

    The beginning

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    The Balls

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    3 Years later

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    Front

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    Dash

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    Billet Aluminum Rear End

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    Exhaust turn out

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    Front End

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    Missed the great 8 because of a bad cam

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    Great car....can't believe he used comic sans...

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    It's a little Americanized for my taste but the fab work is unreal. Wonder how fast thing is. Now it just needs a supercharger Click here to enlarge

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