Ever had a low-rider wagon brandy? A funny-car chardonnay? How about a Formula 1 Caesar?
Now you can!
Combine old wine glasses with toy cars and create your own hot-rod glassware!

Make a few and turn your boring glassware cupboard into a garage full of speedy racers, ready for your favourite bevvy.
These glasses are great for parties, and by using different cars your guests will never have cup mix-up again.
Making your own is cheap, easy and fun!

Sugru was used as the bonding agent for this project, however you can substitute for two-part epoxy.
This instructable was entered in the Sugru Contest

Enough talk, let's vroom-vrooooom screeeeech *crash*!

Step 1: Tools + Materials

The materials used for this project can be easily acquired.
Stemmed glassware can be found at any thrift store for under a dollar, ditto for the toy cars.

  • old t-shirt or cloth
  • screwdriver
  • safety goggles
  • toy cars (time to raid the toy chest!)
  • sugru(can also use epoxy)
  • glassware (your choice, thin-stemmed glasses work best)

This is the most awesomely acceptable use of glass wear and Hot Wheels I have ever seen! Genius!!
Great idea. It's all ways hard to remember which glass is yours at a party. What about using silicon for the adhesive? They use it on rear view mirrors and regular mirrors. The hardest part for me, would be getting a hot-wheels car away form my grandsons. HA HA!! These would be great for us car guys. At car club meetings and car event get-togethers, they would be an awful lot of fun. How to choose the right car for yourself. There are so many to pick from. I am going to have to get to work on this one before our next meeting. Thanks for the great idea.
man, do i want a bloody mary right now... <br>Fun idea. you can take beer pong to the next level, now - moving targets! <br>
Great idea!
You can have a lot of fun with these, nicely done!

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