This creative teacher has taken recycling to a whole new level by creating scale replicas of cars from old beer and coke cans.
Sandy Sanderson, who lives in Hamilton, New Zealand, has been creating vehicles from aluminium cans for eight years.
The colourful branding on the well-known cans forms the paintwork of hot rods, roadsters and other classic cars and even the steering wheels and headlights are painstakingly recreated.
Mr Sanderson, who moved to New Zealand from England, originally trained as a draughtsman before retraining as a technology teacher.
After he emigrated, he became interested in creating scale models of aircraft, classic cars and bikes from kits.
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