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UGEARS

Mechanical Models 3D DIY Building Kit | U-9 Grand Prix Car

$52.99 USD

The thrill of speed, roar of engines, wheel to wheel battles and shiny frames flashing before the eyes of wildly excited audience of the early car races – it’s all there, in UGEARS’ fascinating U-9 Grand Prix Car based on iconic designs of the Golden Age of the automobile industry at the beginning of the XX century.

Everything you need for this fun DIY project comes right in the box: no extra tools or glue required. Building this mechanical model can take about 10 hours. We’ve included illustrated instructions in 11 languages to make assembly easier and faster.

Model U-9 recreates the magnificent and imposing appearance of Grand Prix winner models from drive shaft to spare wheel. Under the hood of this new model you will find a V8 engine equipped with a powerful fan and 16 fully functioning valves. To wind it up just use the hand crank in its front. Your new vehicle has a link rod and a transmission switching the modes between idle, reverse, and race ahead, baby!

Number of Components: 384
Estimated Assembly Time: 10 Hours
Level: Medium
Model Size: 13.8" x 3.7" x 5.1" (35 x 9.5 x 13 cm)

Complete with 384 intricately-designed pieces, each scale car model can be put together by adults or kids with the ability to follow directions. Far more exciting and original than your average metal or plastic model car you put together with glue, these DIY wood racing cars recreate vintage racers with all the details you'll love!

Why go for this puzzle for adults?
Challenge your mind. It will take about 7 hours to build this sophisticated mechanical puzzle. You’ll create a mechanical masterpiece with your own hands while honing your patience, concentration, discipline, and motor skills.

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