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Old 12-12-2021, 09:21 PM
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Rolife Vintage Car

I'd like to share my first ever 3D Wooden Puzzle I built that I got as a birthday gift. This is a vintage car by Rolife. It has 5 wooden sheets totaling 164 pieces. It features an opening hood, doors and the wheels can roll. The kit has a glue included for parts that needs to be glued depending on the instructions and a clear plastic sheet for you to cut it in shape and paste on the windscreen and windows. The model is quite easy to build with care needed on some parts. I made an oopsie in the trunk, I snapped it in half you can see a gap on it haha. For those that are interested in building it, be careful on the curved parts (The fenders, roof and trunk) they are delicate pieces that can snap if you put too much pressure to curve them.

The kit is also available on Amazon and Rolife's and Robotime's website shops.
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Old 12-13-2021, 06:15 AM
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Pretty cool! Nice work.
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Thank you!
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I've just finished building this; it was a Christmas present from my other half. A pretty enjoyable experience on the whole. But you're right about the curved pieces. They seemed a good idea in theory, but not so good in practice. Ah, well.
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I also like this 3D puzzle very much
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