A CARPENTER and his child have invested two-months fabricating a working car out of WOOD. Amandeep and Mohinder Singh from Patiala, India, created the wooden four-wheeler by hand – working up to 12-hours a day. The car, which has a top velocity of 75 mph, was deliberately created utilizing several boards of wood.
The craftsmen covered the wood in layers of varnish to sculpt the car shape around the 800 cc engine, which they found.
The car, which runs on gas, can even be driven in the rain – but occupants should watch out for splinters.
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