K'nex Car Instruction

Introduction: K'nex Car Instruction

Shout out to Clifford for taking the pictures.

Step 1: "Rear"

You will need
- 2 yellow rods
- 5 white rods
-15 green rods
- 4 green connectors
- 7 red connectors
- 9 light gray connectors
- 2 of those hindge thing

Step 2: "Engine"

You will need-
- 3 yellow rods
- 2 white rods
- 12 green rods
- 3 blue spacer
- 2 tan/blue clip connectors
- 13 red connectors
- 1 gray connector
- gear

Step 3: "Body"

You will need
- 4 wheels
- 4 blue spacers
- 40 green rods
- 15 white rods
- 4 blue rods
- 6 yellow rods
- 10 gray (1) connectors
- 1 gray (2) connectors
- 10 red connectors
- 16 green connector
- 14 yellow connector
- 6 orange connectors
- 4 purple connectors
- 2 black rod/connectors

Step 4: Putting Them All Together.

1. The "rear" can be easily clicked in the two black rod/connectors with the open space with the yellow rods. (It will be a little loose and the bottom red connectors will drag and get scratched up.)
2. Take the gear out. Slide the longer yellow rod in. Click in the yellow horizontal rod into the green. This can be done by taking of the four bottom white rods. Place the gear back in. 

Note: This car is meant for looking, not toying around. The "rear" red connector pieces will drag and will scratch. I still haven't modify it to stop dragging (not gonna put big wheels, it would look horrible). Enjoy the car if you finished it. Don't worry. Even my fingers were hurting from making this car.

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    7 Discussions


    11 months ago

    This car is awesome. See my modifications. Problem is solved ;-)


    3 years ago

    I took care of the bottom problemm.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I built this, it's great! really durable, great details for the size, the only thing obviously was how the back dragged but thats not a problem! Overall a great build :)


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Glad you posted instructions! Now I can build this when I find some time.