YouTuber expertly carves drivable Bugatti car from oak
April 22, 2021 | 1:06 pm CDT
Buggati Centodieci

Give Vietnamese YouTuber Trương Văn Đạo some wooden blocks, a chainsaw, a scalpel, and a drill, and he'll give you an expertly-crafted wooden Bugatti Centodieci.

Well, not you, rather - Đạo built it for his young son. Every part of the small, but to-scale model is crafted from oak. That includes the wheels, brake ducts, chassis, steering wheel, and body. The car comes complete with front and rear headlights, the Bugatti logo, and even a carved license plate.

An electric motor and two batteries serve as its power.

Wooden Bugatti car

 

Đạo posted videos showcasing the build to his YouTube channel ND - Woodworking. Both part 1 and part 2 have amassed nearly a million views each. Check part 1 out below:

Other videos show off wooden carvings of sniper rifles, old school phones, and Santa's sleigh.

Splinter-car-1.jpg

 

 

If you're interested in another awesome wooden car, check out Joe Harmon's cherry on balsawood Splinter, which took over 10 years to build.
 

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