Plybertruck: A wooden replica of the Tesla Cybertruck

Plybertruck- wooden replica of Cybertruck
When Elon Musk revealed the Cybertruck back in 2019, it created lots of waves and ripples across the automotive industry. Well, with its production pushed to 2022, it’s hard for the fans to remain calm. Therefore, which is why we are bringing something interesting related to the Cybertruck which will surely cheer you up. Meet ‘Plybertruck’, a wooden replica of the Tesla Cybertruck that is created by CJ Cromwell.

Plybertruck- wooden replica of Cybertruck

The Plybertruck was created to participate in the Gambler 500 rally. For those who don’t know, the Gambler 500 is an off-road rally-style navigational adventure. Using cheap, fun and impractical vehicles, the objective is to hit daily GPS navigational waypoints. The teams are encouraged to create a vehicle in less than US$500. The event was founded by Tate Morgan and the Oregon group in 2014 with 14 cars participating in the race.


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The wooden replica of the Cybertruck comes with a first-generation Acura MDX underneath to meet the $500 purchase cap. Interestingly, after the purchase, teams are allowed to spend as much money as they like to modify their vehicles. As in case of the Plybertruck, we can clearly see the extra money was spent to convert the Acura MDX into a cool wooden replica of the famous Cybertruck.


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The Plybertruck by CJ Cromwell recently came into limelight on Reddit where it was given different names such as the Cedartruck, Tesla model tree and Cyberchuck.
Plybertruck- wooden replica of Cybertruck

Via: Carscoops

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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