Nine…month…later. Finally, the follow-up post about actually building the Home Depot Classic Car with my boys. Check out the original post, Home Depot Classic Car, for more context. It didn’t take the whole nine months to build the car of course, life just got in the way. The actual building was done over a couple of hours, on a Saturday.
The instructions were pretty straightforward, and the only real tool needed was a medium-sized hammer. The boys took care of the pieces that required glue.
I took care of nailing the chassis and frame.
Plus, I hammered the wheels into place.
After the boys road tested the car, they finished it off with a paint job and graphics.
Over all, I though it would be more complicated than it actually was. The fun part was actually putting it together with the boys, and not requiring the Internet to do it.