Build a Cardboard Race Car?


To build a cardboard race car you will need to attach 4 paper plates as wheels and one as a steering wheel. You can use crayons and markers to decorate your car, and then have fun.
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1. Cut the top and bottom flaps off of a cardboard box using a box cutter. The box should be big enough to fit around a toddler’s waist. 2. Spray paint the outside of the box
A lot, I know it takes about $250,000 just to get a car ready for the Daytona 500, and bring them down, etc. but the costs are pretty similar to all the tracks they get ready for,
I would if I had a bunch of money!
Save the racing for the race track. The street is no place for racing. You place innocent bystanders at risk. I suggest making a trip to your local race track. While you are there
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How to Build a Cardboard Race Car
Building a cardboard race car for children to play with is one way of making your own toys and even games. A cardboard race car doesn’t actually have to move the way a toy car moves. Instead, you can make a cardboard race car that a child can wear... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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