If I had the skills, I’d definitely try to make myself a Tesla Cybertruck. They look cool and it brings out the needs of my inner 13 year old. Unfortunately, I’m not a skilled metal worker, but Frank Sachsenhaused from GTA Sheet Metal is. He’s build his son a miniature Cybertruck, and the project comes to fruition with a tug-of-war against a full-size Mercedes R-Class.
The first post came December 11, showing us the main architecture of the truck:
Our latest Project, two door Cybertruck out from indestructible Aluminum on my son’s electric Go Kart 1:4 scale.
More were published later in the month, but finally the moment comes for his son JJ to take his seat.
Then of course, the time comes for JJ to see just how powerful the little electric Cybertruck is when it’s strapped to the Merc. The Mercedes was being driven? Um, yes, of course it was. Don’t be stupid. Move on.
C’mon! You gotta give the little guy a hand! And of course his talented father who has fulfilled his dreams of driving the truck!
Performance of the little EV is unknown, but it has fully working head and tail lights, and it’s not far from the real thing in terms of its design. Even the wheels look the same! Unfortunately though, Sachsenhausen isn’t interested in selling them, with this car being completely one off. Shame.