Father builds son a replica of a Rolls-Royce boat tail from wood

Last year, Rolls-Royce announced the most expensive new car we've ever seen. Called the Boat Tail, the blue two-seater convertible has all the luxury amenities you'd expect from a Rolls-Royce, followed by a host of creature comforts, including a large "hospitality area" with picnic glasses and plates. .. Designed and built specifically for a client, it was priced at $28 million.  Well, there's another boat tail in the world, but it's not blue. It's also under $28 million (at least I don't think we have), but as far as we're concerned, this two-seater is absolutely worth it. This is another great car from ND-Woodworking Art on YouTube which, as you can clearly see in the video above, is not a small model designed to be placed on a shelf. This Rolls-Royce boat tail seat seats less than two people, and yes, you can ride in it.  According to the video, the project took 68 days. Just like the previous video from this great craftsman, it all starts this time with just a block of wood, to which two axles and an electric motor are quickly added. There is also a disc brake where a simple chain drive from the motor spins the rear wheels and brakes them. There are functional lights on the exterior and interior, allowing passengers to enter through the appropriate reverse-opening "suicide" doors.  As always, the brilliance of the woodwork is reasonably astounding. Everything from table saws to chainsaws, angle grinders and hand chisels go into the construction of this boat tail. But perhaps the best feature is the power-opening rear deck to reveal the hospitality tray, which is like the tail of a real ship. There is also an umbrella stand, which can be opened with a remote control. How cool is it?     Dad made this unique Rolls Royce replica for his son. It's as cool as a car, so seeing them drive around and have a picnic is the best part of this video. Or not at all this car is worth a lot more than anything that comes from Goodwood.

Last year, Rolls-Royce announced the most expensive new car we've ever seen. Called the Boat Tail, the blue two-seater convertible has all the luxury amenities you'd expect from a Rolls-Royce, followed by a host of creature comforts, including a large "hospitality area" with picnic glasses and plates. .. Designed and built specifically for a client, it was priced at $28 million.

Well, there's another boat tail in the world, but it's not blue. It's also under $28 million (at least I don't think we have), but as far as we're concerned, this two-seater is absolutely worth it. This is another great car from ND-Woodworking Art on YouTube which, as you can clearly see in the video above, is not a small model designed to be placed on a shelf. This Rolls-Royce boat tail seat seats less than two people, and yes, you can ride in it.

Last year, Rolls-Royce announced the most expensive new car we've ever seen. Called the Boat Tail, the blue two-seater convertible has all the luxury amenities you'd expect from a Rolls-Royce, followed by a host of creature comforts, including a large "hospitality area" with picnic glasses and plates. .. Designed and built specifically for a client, it was priced at $28 million.  Well, there's another boat tail in the world, but it's not blue. It's also under $28 million (at least I don't think we have), but as far as we're concerned, this two-seater is absolutely worth it. This is another great car from ND-Woodworking Art on YouTube which, as you can clearly see in the video above, is not a small model designed to be placed on a shelf. This Rolls-Royce boat tail seat seats less than two people, and yes, you can ride in it.  According to the video, the project took 68 days. Just like the previous video from this great craftsman, it all starts this time with just a block of wood, to which two axles and an electric motor are quickly added. There is also a disc brake where a simple chain drive from the motor spins the rear wheels and brakes them. There are functional lights on the exterior and interior, allowing passengers to enter through the appropriate reverse-opening "suicide" doors.  As always, the brilliance of the woodwork is reasonably astounding. Everything from table saws to chainsaws, angle grinders and hand chisels go into the construction of this boat tail. But perhaps the best feature is the power-opening rear deck to reveal the hospitality tray, which is like the tail of a real ship. There is also an umbrella stand, which can be opened with a remote control. How cool is it?     Dad made this unique Rolls Royce replica for his son. It's as cool as a car, so seeing them drive around and have a picnic is the best part of this video. Or not at all this car is worth a lot more than anything that comes from Goodwood.

According to the video, the project took 68 days. Just like the previous video from this great craftsman, it all starts this time with just a block of wood, to which two axles and an electric motor are quickly added. There is also a disc brake where a simple chain drive from the motor spins the rear wheels and brakes them. There are functional lights on the exterior and interior, allowing passengers to enter through the appropriate reverse-opening "suicide" doors.

As always, the brilliance of the woodwork is reasonably astounding. Everything from table saws to chainsaws, angle grinders and hand chisels go into the construction of this boat tail. But perhaps the best feature is the power-opening rear deck to reveal the hospitality tray, which is like the tail of a real ship. There is also an umbrella stand, which can be opened with a remote control. How cool is it?

Dad made this unique Rolls Royce replica for his son. It's as cool as a car, so seeing them drive around and have a picnic is the best part of this video. Or not at all this car is worth a lot more than anything that comes from Goodwood.

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