How to Make a Wind Powered Toy Car?

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To make a wind powered toy car, you will need to make it as light as possible. Use light materials such as thin plastic, wood or paper. Attach a fan to the back of it for the wind to hit. Use tape or glue to bind it together.
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put a co2 (carbon dioxide) cartridge on the end of your toy car, co2 cartridges could be balloons or any empty object you can put air into, once done let the co2, or air go and watch
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How to Make a Wind-Powered Toy Car
You can make a wind-powered toy car in minutes from a few common household items. Wind-powered toy cars harness the forward motion of the wind is the same way as a sailboat. Unsteady wind strength and direction may cause your sailing car to travel in an... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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