Young prodigy created a car from scrap metal using bare hands, took it for a spin around town

There is a saying that “a step counts for a thousand miles.” Only a teenager, Kelvin has traveled a thousand kilometers.

With only his hands and some locally available materials, the young man constructed a moving automobile and even took it for a spin around town.

Legit.ng was able to see a Facebook video that kid Drew Binsky posted, in which he explained how to operate the automobile and how he came up with the idea for it. A teenager uses only his hands to construct his own automobile, which he then drives.

Screen captures from the video by Drew Binsky Facebook, the source In the video, his mother described how, when he was younger, he experimented with building helicopters and airplanes out of containers.

She added that in order to have more time to refine and work on his projects, he would skip school. Ghanaian resident Kelvin claims he gradually acquired the indigenous components for his automobile while living on the outskirts of Accra.

In response to a query on the cost of building the car from his interviewer, he stated: “It cost a lot, right now i can’t have its total because i have been buying it (the materials) small, small, small.” He estimated that it took him three years to finish the journey. “I did it myself but later my friends came to join me.”

According to the video, if the automobile had the touch of common machinery and equipment used in car construction, it would pass for a Lamborgini or any other stylish car. The birth of Kelvin serves as another evidence that brilliant individuals and skill have always existed in Africa.

She added that in order to have more time to refine and work on his projects, he would skip school. Ghanaian resident Kelvin claims he gradually acquired the indigenous components for his automobile while living on the outskirts of Accra.

In response to a query on the cost of building the car from his interviewer, he stated: “It cost a lot, right now i can’t have its total because i have been buying it (the materials) small, small, small.” He estimated that it took him three years to finish the journey. “I did it myself but later my friends came to join me.”

According to the video, if the automobile had the touch of common machinery and equipment used in car construction, it would pass for a Lamborgini or any other stylish car. The birth of Kelvin serves as another evidence that brilliant individuals and skill have always existed in Africa.

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