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Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Speed Racer's Mach 5 built into reality by a cartoon junkie

Not a few of the inspiring stories about people who save the money little by little so they can get enough to buy a car. Not a few who then realize the dream car in a different way, and build it from scratch could be an alternative that can be realized.
Jerry Patrick posed with his Mach 5 replica. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LkUmHe)
Like this following car that can be considered very inspired by the Mach 5, a racing car aired on a legendary classic cartoon TV series, Speed ​​Racer. Might be some of you definitely remember a white-colored fast car that was named Mach 5.

This cartoon TV series car turned out to provide magical power for Jerry Patrick or often called 'Junk'. Yep, his nickname is not as magical as the Mach 5 figure, but what he has done is truly inspiring!

To make his dream comes true, then he built Mach 5 based on his 1994 Chevrolet Corvette, which indeed if you think about the shape and dimensions are very suitable if made as a framework of the Speed ​​Racer car. All kinds of radical actions carried out by Junk, especially realizing that to make the Mach 5, his beloved Corvette must be overhauled in such ways from the nose to the rear ends.

Here's the video for those of You who would like to see the Speed ​​Racer cartoon TV series cars built by Jerry Patrick aka Junk!
While the interior also apparently did not escape from Junk's hands, its red color was adjusted to the Speed ​​Racer's theme. At least, it takes quite a bit of time to make Mach 5 made by Junk to be as similar as the original, which is approximately 90 days for modification and the remaining 30 days for polishing and stabilization. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CAR.BARCROFT.TV | TECHEBLOG]
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