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Cardboard Wizard Creates Remote Control Tank from Amazon Boxes

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remote control tank from Amazon boxes

Some evil genius built a remote control tank from Amazon boxes.

As a guy who thinks even origami artists are secretly wizards, I was straight up blown away by this guy who was able to design a remote control tank from Amazon boxes. And no, this is not an April Fools’ joke.

Check it out below:

Is it just me, or am I the only one who wants to see a mini Arnold Schwarzenegger destroy individual bubbles on a sheet of bubble wrap in this thing?

Reportedly, the master of his craft has also used Amazon boxes to design a Japanese temple, but I’m pretty sure nothing tops his tank, which is modeled after a Type 97 Chi-Ha, a tank used by the Imperial Japanese army in the ‘30s and ‘40s. The remote control tank took about two months to build and cost the artist 1,500 yen ($14.50) to make.

Have a design that you think tops this remote control tank? Tell me about it in the comments below, and I’ll be sure to check it out!

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    Timothy Moore hails from Dayton, Ohio, and tries to bring that Midwestern flavor to his writing. (But as it turns out, no one really likes the Midwestern flavor.) He has been covering the auto industry for years, with several national auto shows under his belt, but he’s been writing about lots of other things (like dragons and Mickey Mouse and cows drowning in milk) since he was just a tot. Outside of the land of cars, Timothy enjoys watching The Office and consuming excessive amounts of peanut butter and beer, and is on the board of an up-and-coming Dayton theatre company called The Playground. And when he’s not on stage (or three jars into a peanut butter binge), Timothy spends time with his mischievous dog, Greyson. See more articles by Timothy.