This Instructable will show you how to make a pumpkin that moves and glows in the dark!
I got my idea from evil mad scientist laboratories. They used LEGO to power there pumpkin but I found some cheap gears and axles from the k'nex company. Over all the build was a success!

Happy halloween!

Put a solar motor on it so when kids have flash lights it runs right towards them<br />
Cool project, I made one like it last year with a remote control car, except I used a fake pumpkin.<br /> <br /> https://www.instructables.com/id/RC_pumpkin/&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; (link to mine if you want to see it)<br />
Thanks, Just one thing.... Your link Isn't working? I think this is becuase you have signed in and given my the link. thats why the link has 'id' in it which means youve sighned in.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Thanks<br /> <br /> Oscar&nbsp;
<p>This should be featured!<br /> <br /> Great idea, I bet it will scare the kids near you.</p>
It's as if a feature team member agreed with you!<br />
Looks like it!
it is&nbsp;
It wasn't when I posted that comment.
Sweet it can run away when punk kids try to smash it. <br />
sweet the kids trying to smash it will run away<br />
Sometimes the punk kids soil the pumpkins, if you know what I mean.&nbsp; Then they just pick it up and fill it with said load and then they set it down somewhere where it can drive around and smell bad.&nbsp; It needs to have a load detection device and an internal cat litter dispenser or something to push the load back out or better yet a small explosive to destroy the nasty pumpkin and its contents or even something to stop said load from entering pumpkin in the first place possibly even a catapult to throw it back at the dispenser of said load.<br />
Good Idea....<br />
Creepy...<br /> <br /> L<br />

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