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Tarak Lesko of VisualSpicer.com found a cheaper way to get his hands on the Bugatti Veyron supercar. Granted, his version is only 2.5-feet long and held together by glue and sticky tape, but an impressive feat in its own right. The time lapse video showcases how Lesko mapped out the model’s impressive 159 parts on 44 A4-sized sheets of paper, and how he went about putting the pieces together. Further detailed instructions on how to make your own sweet Veyron papercraft are offered here here.