Russian Vintage LADA Couch – Design You Trust

Russian Vintage LADA Couch


An enthusiast has made a couch out of a few parts he bought for vintage Soviet VAZ 2101 LADA car. A few photos of the process as well as how it looks in interior you can see inside.

h/t: englishrussia


The blinkers and the headlamps are connected so they can be used as lights at night.


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