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May242011

The Homemade X-Wing Fighter SoapBox Derby Race Car

Made for the NASRA this X-Wing Fighter was built to laser blast the competition off of the hill. With a painted on R2-D2 styrofoam doid and even a built in NES controller to controll spinning, this soapbox car only took about $75 to make. Quite economical!

"For the 2011 Nazareth Adult Soapbox Derby I wanted to design a car that people would like and made me feel heroic. So I decided I would model it after one of the most important vehicles of our nation’s history: the T-65 X-wing fighter"

Check out more pics from the race, where scored a dramatic win at the finish.

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Reader Comments (2)

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October 3, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMyers

This vehicle looks ordinary and have different structure from other. This type of vehicle rarely found in our road. Many times we found it in movies. I had not drive such type of vehicle. Is it similar to normal car? Why it dead in market? We can found many models of car in market. Our automobile sector is now so developed and adopting new technology day by day. We can say that we can found the latest technology in our automobile sector.

January 24, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMoris Michel

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