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Home > Blog > Accessories > Automotive Frankenstein Furniture Blog
Kevin Butler

Kevin Butler

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October 4th, 2012


Automotive Frankenstein Furniture

Car enthusiasts are familiar with utilizing new and old car partsto help restore or build cars they’re working on. But can car parts be used for other things then well, a car? Apparently, yes. Check out these pieces of furniture and other household items made from car parts that even Frankenstein might be scratching his head about.

Let’s start off with the basics that aren’t too out there like the car bed, sofa, and desk. You’ve seen a car shaped bed before (maybe you even had one as a kid) so this shouldn’t be too much of a shocker, but this is the actual body of a Mitsubishi Evo X framing the bed. Is it epic or a fail? You decide. While the sofa is cool and eclectic, you must be a huge car fanatic to have a desk made up of Mini or the front end of a Range Rover.

The Mustang pool table is probably the coolest item on the list. Pool tables are cool enough, but one with a Mustang body is just plain macho cool. Bonus points if the wheels on the bottom actually make the table mobile. Other notable items worth highlighting include the car part drum kit (which is interesting but does it really work?) and the carbecue (which probably runs on gas, right?).

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