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His passion for making wooden model started in general school, when he was cutting all the necessary parts from wood. Then he discovered that matchsticks are a better option and he then made his first complex model, a Russian GAZ 63 A truck. It was made in six months with the help of 576 boxes of matches and 6 kilograms of glue.
After many other models built, Djordje took the whole thing to a new level, and in 2006 he started making bigger models that features movement parts, like the real vehicles. Such as an extendible auto-crane, or trucks collapsible cabin.
Nowadays, Djordje is unemployed and he looks for a job to fund his next project. “I can not find a job,” Djordje told 24Hours News. “I’d like to do something that has to do with matches. It would be nice if I could make a living doing what I love.” For example, his Liebherr LTM 11200 replica cost him about $1,360.
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