Learn to build a real twin overhead-cam V-8 engine model with step-by-step instructions from Haynes, the leading publisher of car-repair manuals. Look under the hood of the world’s sleekest sports cars, and this is the engine you’re likely to find. Give the chrome parts a shine and rev the motor for realistic ignition sounds.
For ages 13 and up. Two AA batteries, not included. 9"W x 11"H.
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