High School Student Builds Driveable Replica Of An M26 Pershing Tank

These days high schoolers have a lot more fun than I ever did during those terrible teen years, and between the awesome digital art classes, radical robot building programs and cool classes on coding I kinda wish I could go back. 

But nothing created by a high school student has blown me away quite like this project built by the 18-year-old high schooler behind the YouTube channel MacroMachines.

It's a nearly exact and totally drivable replica of a WWII-era M26 Pershing tank built at 40% scale, which took him 14 months to build but will be totally worth it when he drives it down the aisle on graduation day.

(YouTube Link)

You can watch the entire process of building this amazing little tank here

-Via Laughing Squid


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