An enthusiast motorcyclist from Hungary has built his dream machine from wood! Thats right Istvan Puskas is the man who built a chopper from the wood and its not for decoration, the bike actually runs too! Istvan spent the last two years of his life building a one-of-a-kind chopper almost entirely out of weather-resistant black locust wood. To spice things up, wood wasn’t the only unusual material used to create this special chopper, instead of chromed steel, the handlebars and exhaust pipes are made from cow’s horns, and the amateur bike-maker used deer antlers as decorations. But what’s most surprising about Istvan Puskas’s chopper is that it actually works. He used the engine of a small Fiat built in Poland under license from the Italian car maker, fueled with petrol from a small wooden barrel that serves as a gas tank.