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Wooden.City - 4 x 4 - Laser Cut Wood - 569 Parts

Wooden.City - 4 x 4 - Laser Cut Wood - 569 Parts

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Part Number:WR309

4x4

During the Second World War, the American company Willys started production of the Willys MB Jeep automobile. It went down in history as a reliable, maneuverable and functional vehicle. It was a “technical breakthrough”. There was a real “war of engines”. Overcoming obstacles, road dust and risk! You'll have a real adventure on your hands!

The automobile model can drive up to 6 feet. After assembly, you need to set the position of the lever forward or backward, set the locking lever in the stop position, start the model with a key and lower the lever (the key is located in the spare wheel). The front wheels are steered. The hood is opened and fixed by two locks, and the windshield tilts.

The model is started with a special key, has a removable shovel, ax and canister.


Packaging – a wooden box, environmentally friendly birch plywood;

Starts with a key; rotates with help of a rubber motor; independent suspension and four-wheel drive

There is one trigger lever and a direction change lever;

The travel distance once started is approximately 6 feet


Number of the parts – 569

Assembly time – 12 hours, no glue required!

Model size: 11 x 5.9 x 5.8 inches (279 x 151 x 148 mm)

Package size: 14 x 9.5 x 2 inches (355 × 240 × 51 mm)

Package weight: 5 lbs (2.4 kg)

4 Stars
Structural Engineer-consulting
A great model. For the assembly I would recommend a lot of sanding both to remove parts and to get a good fit. Also all charred surfaces from laser surfaces need to be cleaned with a small file. This will help the fit up. All parts are a pressed type fit and in some areas require a far amount of force, hence the sanding and use of candle wax will help. All moving gear components should be really waxed good. Study the photos and parts before attempting to assembly. Orientation of most can be critical. When assembled my jeep moved around 4+ feet. I did break the lower hook on steering column while attempting to install link for turning front wheels. I think Woodencity needs to revise how this is assembled. Not a big deal...wheels turn by hand. This is not a beginners model. Start with a simpler wooden motion model. It took me almost a month of working 2-3 hours a day. Not the 12 hours assembly time they say. A lot of time spent in removing parts and "cleaning" up. For me that was part of the building process. It is a good model. The engineering and mechanical operation of components is fun. EnjoY!
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Reviewed by:  from Fountain Hills, AZ. on 5/21/2019
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