Are you having trouble figuring out what to do with all your used Amazon boxes? Perhaps these incredible cardboard cars can spark an idea or two. YouTuber Papa Ken has several videos showing off his amazing skills in building corrugated kyusha. Not only do they have accurate exteriors, but Papa Ken has, impressively, crafted detailed engine bays and interiors that you can once you open the hinged hood and doors.
The cars are about 1:10 scale and take about a month and a half to build. Each video starts with the finished car, then zooms into the cabin and engine bay for details, before ending on some images from the building process. The first cardboard car on Papa Ken’s channel is a Hakosuka Skyline GT-R, but videos show stunning plastic model kits and the restoration of 1:43 scale diecast cars. Check out more of his excellent work below and on his YouTube channel.
Nissan Bluebird 411.
Nissan Cedric 130.
Toyota Kujira Crown Wagon surf-style.
Initial D Toyota AE86.
Toyota Crown S130 highway maintenance vehicle, complete with retracting sign.
Nissan Skyline “Yonmeri” kaido racer.
That 411 even has the dash clock! Question; is that a Pinin Farina badge on the front fender ?
Yeah, Pininfarina designed that gen 411.
Has more patience than me.?