Some Additional Information Regarding ATVs
Honda developed the first modern ATV in 1970 by "crossing" a motorbike with an automobile. This occurrence catalyzed the emergence of this vehicle subspecies. Due to the new vehicle's popularity among residents who rode it on sand beaches, other auto manufacturers started working on developing their ATVs.
What Makes WoodTrick's ATV Model Special?
Our developers tried to capture this desire to pass in locations where a typical automobile could not when they designed the ATV. For the most challenging portions of the course, the ATV model rotates to the outside wheels and has a stronger suspension. The ATV from WoodTrick also features several moving elements that were explicitly created to support considerable loads. The vehicle includes a hook on the rear to attach a rope and pull other automobiles.
Any track is not a threat to an ATV!
ATV is a customized WoodTrick 3D wooden model. Every aspect has been carefully considered, from the realistic appearance to the design and functioning.
There is a complete assembly manual provided. You may practice your fine motor skills and analytical thinking while assembling it, which takes around an hour. Even if you've never worked with puzzles like this, it will assist you in determining the order in which to join the parts so you can rapidly create the model.
To put the ATV together, you don't even need adhesive. Both nature and your health are unaffected by it. We utilize polished plywood that is ecologically safe to create the ATV components, making them pleasant to the touch.
Fans of adventure, extreme sports, odd riddles, and wooden models will love the WoodTrick ATV. From WoodTrick, you may start your collection and put together an entire group of machines!
Model Dimensions115*68*65 mm
Number of pieces57
Package Dimensions185*185*30 mm
Assembly time1 hour
Package Weight0,226 kg
Download the tutorial↓
Each kit includes a printed manual. But if yours is damaged or you prefer the online version, you can download the pdf manual for the model here.