Making a Wood Race Car – Sculpture, Art, Woodworking

Making a Wood Race Car – Sculpture, Art, Woodworking


Hey everybody! Welcome back to Cammie’s G… err, back yard. I know it has been a while since I made a
video. I had to take about two weeks off due to illness. I am feeling a lot better now. I was able to finish this car. This car was inspired by sixties-era race
cars. If you watched my sim race chair video, you
know that I am a car fan and a race fan. This car was not supposed to be any specific
car. It was just inspired by the sixties cars of
the era. Let me show you how I made it. So that is it! Why make just one, when you can make two? We have the mid-engined version and the front-engined
version. I had a lot of fun making these. I am really proud of how they came out. Like I said, I am a car nut… car fan. They are just supposed to be representations. They were not supposed to be that accurate. It was quite tedious to make all these little
suspension parts. The wheels are my favourite thought. They came out really cool. I hope you enjoyed the video. If you made it this far, thanks a lot for
sticking around. See you again soon in Cammie’s Garage.

23 thoughts on “Making a Wood Race Car – Sculpture, Art, Woodworking

  1. Lil cars are perfection, really crafted well. Watching progression was interesting & fun. Another great vid. Thanks

  2. Nice job on the details like the suspension, intake and headers. My dad used to build race cars and I drove them. Great fun. Yours look like Indy cars. Well done!

  3. Super job mate, love the little wishbones, excellent detail. I remember that period of motor racing, drivers like Graham Hill and Jim Clark. Rather more visceral and appealling than what it has become. Oh well. Thanks for sharing.

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