One man’s trash is, another’s treasure. This saying is no more apt than in the present case. Ronen Tinman, with mechanical engineering background, has penchant to convert scrap auto parts that otherwise are left to rot in the junkyard. This man is frequent visitor of junkyards wherefrom he buys the scarp parts than buying a new raw material for his amazing furniture collection that will give auto enthusiasts a chance to live and breathe autos.
With an eye to judge at first sight what a rusty beat-up piece can be converted into, Ronen has different taste and very peculiar in choosing material. However, it takes weeks, sometimes months even, to preserve elements from previous lives and finally convert it into a piece of furniture every one can appreciate. The whole process is marked with cutting, chopping, welding, flattening, drilling, lining and painting and so on. No more words now, check the images to do rest of the talking.
Citroen C4 Entergy table
Kawasaki motorcycle coffee table
Suzuki Hall Table
BMW 318 chest
1986 Suzuki R750 motorcycle’s fuel tank table
A Reading Lamp from Automotive Parts
Winner Coffee Table from Nissan truck back door
Tank-Bag – motorcycle’s fuel tank as original tin bag
Three elegant glass shelves from BMW hood
A washing station from Volvo 240 engine hood
Recycled parts of motorcycles make statue of a knight
Hall table from recycled pieces of an old Lancia car
Bar table from automotive parts