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Old 12-05-2005, 08:09 PM   #1
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I have a science project, and i need to make a balloon car racer. I find it really interesting and i think mine is going to blow everyone's away. My friend got 100% on his last year and beat the school record, lol.
my secret weapon is...Balsa wood, it's very light and sturdy.

But my problem now is...we can't use commercialized wheels. Like they can't be made to be wheels.
But i just couldnt resist on buying plastic airplane wheels, they spin soooo well.

So now we have a contest, you have to think of the best thing these wheels can pass for. ex// frisbee (crappy example tho) lol.



I need a good example because my teacher is a lil cookooo, and I already got in an argument with her today. lol
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:28 PM   #2
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anyone??...i think the topic title is scaring people away...
This must be the most boring, un-active hour of Cf ever!!!
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