In March, a Vietnamese carpenter created a wooden ToyotLand Cruiser 200, and in two months the video about it was watched 52 million times. The master and part-time author of the YouTube channel Woodworking Art decided to repeat the success by building an even more detailed ToyotLand Cruiser Prado SUV out of wood.
While the carpenter used five planks to create the Land Cruiser 200, he took a solid piece of wood for the Prado. Sawing out the silhouette of the body and removing unnecessary parts, the Vietnamese made the front, doors, wheels and even a six-cylinder engine.
- By design, the wooden Land Cruiser Prado looks like a real SUV. The scaled replica has a frame, and the front independent suspension and rear axle are springs. They are fastened to the body with screws.
- Unlike the previous SUV, the carpenter varnished the new job and tested the car on the street. The Prado did not fall apart on uneven surfaces and even survived a coup.