Man makes a tank at home
A Chinese man spent seven months and the equivalent of £80,000 making a tank at home.
Hao Jinxi, of Hangzhou, capital of southern China's Zhejiang Province, says his tank is an authentic copy of a Russian T62.
It features camouflage paint, a realistic-looking gun, thick caterpillar tread and a top speed of 10mph.
The gun works - but shoots a mixture of oxygen and ethane gas instead of shells.
"The fire power is not dangerous at all," said Hao. "It is purely made for entertainment."
Hau, who runs a company which makes sightseeing trains for tourists, said he hoped the tanks would prove to be a profitable new venture.
The first one had already been sold - to a desert park in Inner Mongolia - which wanted another 30 if the first one proved successful.
"The park wants sight-seeing tanks to give tourists a desert tour with a difference," Hao added.
"I had never made a tank before but I really enjoyed the challenge. My next plan is to build a plane that actually flies."