2.5ft (76cm) long papercraft, inspired by one of my all time favorite super cars, the Pagani Zonda. Available in three stylish color variations.




Printed kits are manufactured by my local Alpha Graphics print shop. Templates are printed on premium matte finish cardstock paper using high-end digital printers, with instructional booklets included, all packaged individually into protective plastic for shipping.


Buy Zonda Super Sport Pack - PDF
Buy Zonda Super Sport Pack- PDO
Buy Zonda Super Sport Pack - PRINTED


Buy Zonda Jet Black - PDF
Buy Zonda Jet Black - PDO
Buy Zonda Jet Black - PRINTED


Buy Zonda Aero Blue - PDF
Buy Zonda Aero Blue - PDO
Buy Zonda Aero Blue - PRINTED


Buy Zonda Velocity Yellow - PDF
Buy Zonda Velocity Yellow - PDO
Buy Zonda Velocity Yellow - PRINTED


PDF files require the latest version of Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader.
PDO files require the latest version of Pepakura Viewer.


Thanks for viewing. Find more of my creative work, news and giveaways at:

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Morgantao2 years ago
I download the free one, and all I get is a wheel. Where can I get the entire model!?
I love the papercraft, BTW. It's higher quality then most things you can find online.
go here http://papermodels.wordpress.com/category/motorbikes/ you will find models for free

ooh, thanks, been looking for a free PDF....:D

gotahave2 years ago
As a viewer, I like what I see and would like to purchase. Question is what is the substance used to hold all components together, like a paper glue/glue stick?
visualspicer (author)  gotahave2 years ago
but which kind?...

Tacky Glue should work

visualspicer (author)  Tomahawk922 years ago
The materials I used are listed on my website, http://visualspicer.com/pagani-zonda-paper-super-craft/

to visualspicer

can you make a free car papercraft?

I know right!! I really want a free one, I would totally do it. But these are overpriced, I must say. I kind of wish you provided a free papercraft. (Car, like the McLaren P1, which, BTW, is my absolute favorite

agacer051 year ago

it need a password to open it where i can find it

Tomahawk922 years ago
so if i bought this I would receive a file where i could print out all the pieces from my home printer? and if i screw a part up(which i will), can i just print that part out again?
visualspicer (author)  Tomahawk922 years ago
Right, did you see my Tips page in the sample file? It says if you screw up you can reprint as many times as you want.
I have read this samples, but i just found 12 pages...
You said it was 44, where can i get the rest ?
241d2 years ago
It requests for password. Where can I find it?
visualspicer (author)  241d2 years ago
There is no password. Use the latest version of Adobe reader to open the PDF.
The latest version of Foxit Reader also works with no problems.

Thanks for a great model. I may have to redirect some of my M:TG budget towards a couple of your models.

I would love to see an instructable on your process for creating your models.
visualspicer (author)  willichan2 years ago
Thank you. I will have more craft projects like this coming very soon.
Veda88 241d2 years ago
I'm having the same problem...
Tomahawk922 years ago
please do more cars! this is awesome!
Edgar2 years ago
That's Super Papercraft, alright!
Went to my Blog, and will go to Nice Paper Toys:
visualspicer (author)  Edgar2 years ago
Thank you.
Closer2 years ago
Super Job!

For those who are not familiar with this kind of model it is generaly known as either "papercraft" or "cardmodel" If you would like to try your hand at this kind of modeling just put "Yamaha Papercraft" in your search engine and prepared to be blown away! And the best part, all those motorcycle models are free.

One motorcycle I assembled is over a foot long and took over 100 hours to make. Also search "Epson race car papercraft", "Canon Creative Park", "Disney papercraft" or "Papercraft Museum". You will be amazed. Epson has a complete race car setup complete with auxiliary vehicles (transport etc) and diaramas to complete the scene.

This is just the tip of the iceburg. (speaking of iceburgs try searching for "iceburg papercraft" for a site with hundreds of links to other models. There is everything from models that represent the complete Appollo space program to anime.

You will find models for children to extreemly advanced [How about an aircraft carrier that is over 1 meter in length when built complete with all the little planes etc? (That one is a commercial model)]

The defacto guide for papercraft is found by searching for "Card Modeling FAQ"

CAUTION: It is addictive - don't say you were not warned. Have fun.
Love the way you handled the flat paneling into shape and construction process,just the person I need when I design My next aircraft,Its needing a different type of thought you put into your project. Keep model-ling and surprising us.
visualspicer (author)  stephenfitton2 years ago
Thank you for being inspired. Lots more to come!
These are amazing! I showed my girlfriend the parking garage picture and she thought they were real cars. Then I scrolled down to the guy standing next to them in the race position and she thought they were r/c cars. Then when I told her they were made out of paper/card stock she was blown away!
visualspicer (author)  rageklpxjock2 years ago
Hah, that's a great story. Thanks!
fxbrg2 years ago
Hey, would love to test, but am on Linux, where Acrobat Reader 9 only installs, and won't open the file... Any idea?

cwatsen2 years ago
just gotta chime in with some support. i love these models and look forward to giving one of these a try.
visualspicer (author)  cwatsen2 years ago
Thank you. If you build one, send me a photo for the Visitor Submitted gallery.
sturific2 years ago
any chance I could get A white version (just lines) or the .pdo
askjerry2 years ago
Here is my take on the whole pay/no pay thing.

If someone posts an "Instructable" it should be just that... instructions on how to build something. It should have downloadable plans and/or parts lists so it can be repeated. He has done that here... there is a video showing construction, and there is a model available for download.

Beyond that... if he posts links to other related items that you can buy... I don't have a problem with that. The only time I gripe is when someone posts an image of something they built with no instructions, no drawings, no parts lists... no way to replicate it. If they do that AND say you must buy it... then that's the same as an advertisement for Wal-mart or something.

But here... not a problem. You can build one car... you want more... than finance his efforts. Nicely done!
visualspicer (author)  askjerry2 years ago
Thank you kind Sir. And yes, all I'm trying to do is offset all my expenses on these projects, software, hardware, materials, printer ink, etc...
dgeminiani2 years ago
I had problems with adobe reader X on my netbook, so i installed foxit pdf reader, i didn't have any troubles trying to open your work, thanks a lot! this is pure amazing stuff!
visualspicer (author)  dgeminiani2 years ago
Thanks for the tip!
benfloom2 years ago
I can't wait to start this build. Have u put any thought into putting a rec parts on it to make it functional?
visualspicer (author)  benfloom2 years ago
Yes, you can get my Monster Craft model for moving parts. For this one, I wanted to keep it more simple.
dwannalou2 years ago
I have the latest version of Adobe Reader. When opening the downloaded file, each page just says "PDF" in a gray square on each page.
visualspicer (author)  dwannalou2 years ago
You're probably on some kind of mobile device, correct? Try on a desktop computer and make sure the PDF in fact opens with Adobe Reader, rather than some other viewer by default.
cramming2 years ago
I'm using Foxit Reader, without any problems.
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