Wooden Toy Car

Making a wooden toy car for kids is great fun, perhaps even more fun than the kids themselves would have playing with them. Better than buying a toy from a store, this is one that you have made yourself, perhaps even designed yourself.

Making animated toys is a challenge, but it has it's rewards. Is there anything more satisfying than watching the kids play with the wooden toys you have made.

A selection of toy cars to buy from as little as $1.49

How to Make Animated Toys that that do all of these things: they walk, wiggle, waddle, wobble, whirl, swirl, stroll, stride, shimmy, shake, rattle and roll. How many more words can you think of? Probably more than you could shake a stick at.

Make wooden toy trains that excite the imagination of children and teach them hand-eye coordination with this special stacking wood toy train.

Make wooden toy trucks with one of the more popular books on making wooden toys. You do not have to have a great number of tools, and the projects are relatively easy for beginners. Surprise your family with these lovely projects from these easy to follow detailed plans. Even though these toys are not models it may take a fair amount of time, but the results are very satisfying.


Free Wooden Toy Car Plans

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Inspired by the coupe of a bygone era, this roadster is fun to build.

Download and print the full size patterns.

Step by step instructions with photos are also available.

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- It's easy to make this delightful toy car using only hand tools and bits of wood from your scrap bin.

Download and print the full size patterns.

Step by step instructions with photos are also available.

toy car batmobile 500 Instant download of this free toy car plan Batmobile.

Simply print out the plan on your home printer, paste it on to a piece of timber and cut out the shape using a bandsaw, scrollsaw, jigsaw or a coping saw.

wooden-toy-truck-w200.jpg Download a free full size plan for this wooden toy truck. Colour it with food dyes, or leave it untreated.

Simply print out the plan on your home printer, paste it on to a piece of timber and cut out the shape using a bandsaw, scrollsaw, jigsaw or a coping saw.



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