I was designing a good car with a small piece count. This is what came out. It's fast, fairly light, and has a nice crash.
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Step 1: Front
Step 2: Back
The back is the same as the front, but with a different trunk. just put a short green on one of the spokes on a 360 connector, then 2 whites (the green piece being 0 degrees) at 45 and -45 degrees, then at -135 and 135. Put a yellow 180 connector, with 2 greens out the sides. attach and you're done!
Step 3: Middle
Easiest part. just follow the first pic.
Step 4: AAND YOUR'E DONE!
That's what you should have left over. Just stick it together, and have fun!
Knexbox/pineplastic derby (rolling down hills)
And modding competition
"What? Modding competition?" You ask.
Well, you can easily modify this car to put your own touches. like skirts around wheels, or a jousting stick, or whatever you want. maybe a spoiler would look cool. send my your modded images plz! Remember, "If you can imagine it, you can build it!"