GreenLight Toys has unveiled a series of foam-paper car puzles for 2012, five American muscle cars and one muscle truck. The MotoBuildz aren't exactly models, they're more like those 500-piece landscape puzzles you find at educational toy stores, only with fewer pieces and less frustration.

They're also powered, thanks to a friction motor that provides plenty of juice when given a hearty push. Follow the jump for a video on how the whole thing comes together.



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      axiomatik
      • 2 Years Ago
      You know, a simple spell-checking would go a long way in improving the professional appearance of this site. "puzles"?
      steve_macdonald
      • 2 Years Ago
      FInally, a performance car the average Autoblog reader can actually afford. I kid, I kid!!
      chirowolf
      • 2 Years Ago
      Sorry, but they look kinda cheap. guess it could be fun to put together. Would rather have a diecast model instead.
      Jim R
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hey, that's pretty cool. I've seen models like this before, but never ones that moved under their own power. That's neat. I might get one if they're priced reasonably.
      ToniCipriani
      • 2 Years Ago
      @ 1:18 the thin wheels almost makes it look like the bicycle powered Porsche 911.