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The RollKa stunt machine

YouTuber Master Milo turns an old Ford Ka into a rolling, spinning, amusement park ride-like “diwheel” he calls “the RollKa.” Master Milo took an otherwise lackluster economy car, chopped it in half, and mated it to two large, parallel wheels. The wheels on the Ford Ka spin and make traction within the tracks of the larger fabricated ring wheels to move the ungainly body around.

The Insider recut the Netherlands-based car hacking mechanic’s drivable RollKa stunt machine video into the action-packed visual summary above.

rollka by master milo
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via The Awesomer.

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