This Wood Car was Made In Nigeria with Motorcycle Engine (Photos)

NigeriaTrends.com — A wood car made in Nigeria with motorcycle engine has been trending on social media lately and Nigerians are reacting positively to this innovative trend. See photos of the wood car and share your thoughts on NigeriaTrends!

Picture of Wood Car Made In Nigeria

A Wood Car Made In Nigeria

This wood car was manufactured in Bida, Niger State with motorcycle engine, and it drives! Can you believe that? Proudly ‪#‎MadeinNigeria‬ #BuyNaijaToGrowTheNaira

Wood Car Made In Nigeria

Wood Car Made In Nigeria with Motorcycle Engine

See what Nigerians are saying about this Wood Car made in Nigeria:

“If the designer of this car is from niger state, i wll ve call on Abu lolo to emulate governor tambuwal of sokoto state who on 2nd feb 2016 awarded scholarship to one Bashir Aliyu , A young, brilliant car designer to study automotive design in united state. let assist assist this guy fulfil his potentials. Jelani Aliyu also from sokoto state, Renowned nigeria-born bavarian motor works (BMW) started like this, and today he is globally respected.” – Attahiru Zabbo #BuyNaijaToGrowTheNaira 

Wood Car locally Made In Nigeria

Wood Car locally Made In Nigeria

What Nigerians are saying about this Wood Car made-in-Nigeria:

“How I wish he can get the support and encouragement he needs. Who told we can’t do it. We are talented.” – Abdulmalik Abdullahi | #‎MadeinNigeria  

Wood Car Made In Nigeria

Wood Car Made In Nigeria with Motorcycle Engine

“This is just an expression of artistic prowess. Maybe to grace your compound, maybe! But nothing more…” – Daniel M. Falonipe | #‎MadeinNigeria 

Wood Car Made In Nigeria

Inside the Wood Car Made In Nigeria

What are your thoughts on this made in Nigeria wood car? This is only a working prototype. An official production of a wood car made-in-Nigeria would look much more pretty and sophisticated. #‎MadeinNigeria


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