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Friday, October 2, 2015

Only with wood, this man managed to create his dream cars

A 63-year-old man succeeded in creating a car that is made of wood. Cars built since 2002, is named 'Splinter' could operate Like a conventional vehicle. As reported by Barcroft Cars on Thursday, October 1st, 2015, this car was first made by Isaac Cohen in the age of 50. "I spent 13 to 14 hours a day to make Splinter. But everything comes from my heart," he said.
Splinter - Isaac's first all wood car that took him more than 5,000 hours to build. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Vtr04J)
The car that has been given the green light to be able to roam on the highway (aka road-legal vehicle) was created from the wood cubes glued, and shaped in such a way according to Cohen's imagination. Everything is done in his workshop in Houston, Texas.

Of course, a part of these cars spend different amount of woods. The steering wheel for example, is made of 260 pieces of wood, 90 pieces of gear shift, and even key grip made of 60 pieces of wood. As some parts that are not made of wood such as the dashboard, seats, engine compartment, lights, glass, until the chair. The rest, as seen in the picture above, all made of wood.
Isaac posing inside Splinter which was made of more than 5,000 feet of wood strips. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Vtr04J)
After completing work, the car which he regarded as a masterpiece, Cohen re-create similar cars. For example, he is making a small version of the Splinter. "I made a mini Splinter because I do not know anymore what to do after the completion of the first car," added Cohen.
Isaac also has a mini version of his car Splinter, the Lil Splinter, and a fighter jet truck. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Vtr04J)
What was done Cohen certainly attract many people. Some of them admitted that the work of these men are willing to pay a high price. But, he vowed never to sell his wooden car. "But I was ever give one (Slider), for charity," said Cohen.
Once the wooden car project is finished, he also plans to continue to make another. Cohen claimed interested in making two-wheeled vehicles. "Some engineers say it's impossible, but I will try to do," he concluded. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BARCROFT CARS]
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