DIY driving station at its best

It doesn't look as polished as its video game arcade equivalent, but this concoction is actually very functional, complete with a steering wheel and foot pedal mounts, plus folding capability for easy storage.

driving station
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A hard-core racing simulation fan from Japan has created this very rudimentary (yet somewhat cool) DIY driving station out of PVC pipes, a wooden plank, and cable ties. While it doesn't look as polished as its video game arcade equivalent, this skeletal concoction is actually very functional, complete with a steering wheel and foot pedal mounts, plus folding capability for easy storage.

One important point we'd like to highlight: this driving station has nothing to do with Gran Turismo (which is a PlayStation exclusive) as claimed by game portal Kotaku, since the pictured steering wheel is manufactured by Microsoft and designed for its Xbox 360.

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The driving station can fold up for easy storage. Kotaku

(Source: Crave Asia via Kotaku)

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