- A photo of a hand-built replica of 1967 Ford Mustang has emerged on social media and it shows how creative the designer is
- In the photo that was shared on Instagram, the designer could be seen posing beside the vehicle that was built with wire
- Africans have been showcasing their creativity and showing the world that the continent is home to a lot of great minds
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A South African man has displayed amazing talent by building a replica of 1967 Ford Mustang with wire.
A photo of the car was shared on Instagram by @africafactzone and it shows how creative Africans are.
In recent times, Africans have been showing the world that talents abound in every nook and cranny of the continent.
Legit.ng previously reported that Attah Gad, a first-year junior high school student in Ghana, has created a moving aeroplane using the container of Sasso insecticide spray and other miscellaneous items.
Information obtained suggested that the ingenious boy comes from the Bono East Region, specifically from the town called Kintampo.
A close look at the toy created by Attah revealed that he used capacitors and other electronic components to provide electrical power for the movements.
According to the young boy who was spotted displaying his work whilst in his school uniform, his ultimate dream is to become a pilot when he grows up.
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In other news, a Nigerian man has got people talking on social media after constructing a sports car with condemned iron and carton paper.
A video of him cruising with the car emerged online and Nigerians showered encomium on the innovative man.
The sports car has no door and windscreen and its dashboard was covered with a carton.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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