Introduction: Foam Mouse Trap Car

I made this for a school project a few years back.
I didn't document the whole thing, so I couldn't complete the Instructable. I just remembered about it and decided to post the video.


rocker101 (author)2009-05-22

that is awesome we r gonna do somtin like tat 4 school

ace_case (author)rocker1012011-11-28

I hope you are learning grammar first...

jluck311 (author)2010-10-02

How did you get the pulley system to connect to the rear wheel axle? are there gears under the car or something??

Dorkfish92 (author)jluck3112010-10-02

The string was just tied to the axle. You don't really need that pulley at all.

alysontaylor (author)2009-04-20

me likey

bloggingman (author)2009-01-12

that's an unusually bulky mouse trap car design.. but it works.. hehe

rollynfredeliz (author)2008-11-19

exellent!!!bravo! i relly love this site..

squirl (author)2008-11-12

we love this site

pinkpooj (author)2008-09-17

I just posted a design for a window shade car. Check it out! Pull down window shades give the car a lot more torque and distance than mouse traps because the torque spring is several inches long.

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