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Dad Crafts Wooden Rolls-Royce Boat Tail for Son’s Dream Car
A dad’s love knows no bounds, and when his little boy dreamed of the most expensive car, he found a creative solution. Using his woodworking skills, a Vietnamese dad crafted a detailed wooden replica of the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail in just two months.
Affordable Alternatives for Kids’ Dreams
Parents often want to fulfill their child’s wishes, even when faced with expensive requests. Instead of simply saying no, some parents, like Truong Van Dao, get creative. For this woodworking specialist, making intricate wooden cars is a way to make dreams come true without breaking the bank.
Dad’s Woodworking Journey
Truong Van Dao, with previous experience crafting wooden BMW and Lamborghini mini-cars, embarked on the challenge of replicating the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail. His popular YouTube channel, with over a million subscribers, showcases his woodworking expertise and the detailed process of creating functional wooden cars.
Beauty in Wooden Craftsmanship
Dao’s wooden car replicas aren’t just for show—they’re functional and detailed, mirroring the original designs. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail copy features realistic elements like mirrors, headlights, soft seats, and even functional wheels made of wood covered with rubber.
A Professional’s Touch
Dao’s woodworking prowess is evident in his meticulous craftsmanship. The level of detail in his work is comparable to the original, showcasing his professionalism. The wooden car, complete with cut-out signs, inscriptions, and numbers, is a testament to the time and effort invested in its creation.
Joyful Ride in a Wooden Dream Car
Powered by a battery-charged engine, Dao’s wooden Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is not just a static model. His two-year-old son joyfully takes the wheel, steering the intricately crafted car that took his dad 68 days to build. Dao’s videos documenting the process continue to attract views and enthusiastic comments online.