Predator Motorcycle Built with Recycled Car Parts

A worker takes the motorcycle for a spin in Bangkok.

Bangkok-based artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn collects discarded car and bicycle parts and uses them to create elaborate Predator-inspired motorcycles that are actually drivable. The 54-year-old owns four shops across Thailand and exports his works of art all over the world. You can see one of his other free-standing sculptures, below. Shockingly cool, don't you think?



Artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn inflates the rear tire of the Predator motorcycle.




via [Oddity Central]

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