Got an old car lying around that you can't drive anymore? Or maybe you want to plan a trip to the junkyard. Either way, there are tons of ways to transform old car parts into gorgeous and artistic pieces of furniture.
Next Stop: Your Living Room
Got access to the front of an old train or bus? It can easily become a unique fireplace.
The shock from a car can easily become a wall lamp.
If your furry friend needs a special spot to hang out, look no further than the bumper of a Chevy truck.
Wine Rack Engine
When the pistons are done with your engine, you can fill it with some wine bottles!
For a true gearhead, even your bathroom sink is made from car parts.
Get down to business by transforming the front of a car into your desk.
If tailgating were this comfy, we'd never stop.
Show your love for all things automotive by making a table out of tire treading.
Driving To Dreamland
This old car makes the perfect bed. The hood can even be used for storing blankets or pillows!
An old engine can also be used to hold a glass tabletop. And yes, you can still put your wine bottles in there.
An ambitious person could also turn their old VW van into a pool table that's sure to catch everyone's eye.
Grillin' In The Hood
Pop the hood of an old car and put your grill in there for a very unique cookout idea.
Drinking and driving is a bad idea, but when your car won't work anymore, you can enjoy as many drinks on it as you like.
This probably isn't what you had in mind when talking about tailfins.
Let anyone visiting know how much you love cars by turning a hood and grill into an awning over your door.
Some wooden planks turned the tailgate of this Chevy truck into a unique bench.
Never lose your keys again by attaching a seatbelt buckle to your wall and slipping the metal part onto your key ring.
There's something inspiring about turning an old car into a planter for beautiful flowers to grow.
Get a much better view from the back seat of a car by turning it into a swing. Just be sure it's tightly secured.
Get your mail in style by repurposing an old headlight.
Tell the time like a true gearhead by turning an old hubcap and some numbers from license plates into a clock.