Introduction: Little Car - Office Box

This is my most sophisticated project I ever made.

I needed more than 100 working hours (for building + video editing)

The video is divided into 4 parts, every as short as possible.

If you only want to see the car in action, click here:
Little car in use (Video Runtime: 0:37)

So I hope you like it! Enjoy!

Step 1: Making the Wheels

The tires are made of walnut.
The rims and the hubs are made of 3/4" birch plywood.
The spokes are made of brass rod.
The bearings are from a skateboard.

For the finish, I used mineral oil.

If you use a mobile device, please use this link: Little car, Part 1
(Video Runtime: 6:21)

Step 2: The Chassis and Steering

The chassis and the axes were made of walnut with half lap joints.
The steering knuckles were made of swiss pine.

The steering is a full functional A-steering, (for the experts)

If you use a mobile device, please use this link: Little Car, Part 2
(Video Runtime: 4:31)

Step 3: How to Make the Box.

The box was made of walnut and pine plywood.

The black color is water stain.

If you use a mobile device, please use this link: Little Car, Part 3
(Video Runtime: 4:31)

Step 4: Fender, Lights, Hood and Finish

Fender and lights are made of swiss pine, the hood was made of pine plywood.

For the finish, I used mineral oil.

If you use a mobile device, please use this link: Little Car, Part 4
(Video Runtime: 5:35)

If you like it, I am glad if you vote for it in the "MAKE A BOX CONTEST"

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Comments

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Helenm2807 (author)2016-03-15

Really interesting. A brilliant video that doesn't need narrative as everything you need to know is clearly shown.

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HananjaB (author)2016-03-14

But why did you make it? (For the contest)

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StephanP1 (author)HananjaB2016-03-14

Have you seen the video?

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HananjaB (author)StephanP12016-03-14

Not yet, Im sorry. I apparantly spoke too soon. excuse me (-:

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