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Build a Truggy Car

Build a Truggy Car

Motor Makes Craft Kit

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Build a cool Truggy Car with this Motor Makes wood craft kit for kids!

Children will sand, build and decorate a fun wooden car model, getting introduced to beginner woodworking skills along the way. 

The character building kit
Our 'Truggy' Motor Makes wood craft kit comes with solid wood blocks and components, colourful wheels and screws, 120 grit high quality sandpaper and a set of custom decals to get creative with. We also include glue dots for mess-free sticking.

The kit comes with a step-by-step instruction booklet to help you create the workshop experience in your home and there's access to a range of short video demonstrations to help you complete your project with ease.

Why not make a few friends for your Truggy?! Click here to view the other kits in our range ›

Character building kits for all ages
Motor Makes craft kits are great fun for kids age six and above.
 Children should be encouraged to complete the project themselves but we recommend adult supervision for those under the age of 12.

What tools are needed to make a wooden character?
You will need a screwdriver to build your Truggy car. This is not included but any household crosshead screwdriver will do the job. 

The kit includes glue dots for mess-free, instant sticking.

If you would prefer another type of glue, PVA and super glue are available as an add-on. Please note that PVA can take 20-30 minutes to set, although it will provide a strong hold once dry. Super glue must be handled by a grown-up at all times. 


Customer testimonials

"My little boy loved it!! Thank you very much for your help and advice. I think the children are planning their next order of kits!'
Sarah, Liverpool

"We think that what you’re doing here is absolutely fantastic and both Nathan and Maya have LOVED doing these!!"
Joanne, Cambridge

"He absolutely loved opening the box and said how brilliant it was that you had thought of everything he could want, down to the little wool strands. He loved making it and hopes to see you soon."
Lisa, Farnham

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