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Styrofoam F1 Car By Michael Salter

Styrofoam is a trademark of The Dow Chemical Company for closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam currently made for thermal insulation and craft applications. In 1941, researchers in Dow’s Chemical Physics Lab found a way to make foamed polystyrene. Led by Ray McIntire, they “rediscovered” a method first discovered by Swedish inventor Carl Georg Munters.[Dow acquired exclusive rights to use Munters’ patents and found ways to make large quantities of extruded polystyrene as a closed cell foam that resists moisture.For more information: wikipedia

Michael Salter has created a life size Formula 1 race car out of styrofoam!  If somebody would do the paint job for this eco-F1 racecar replica, this can definitely, be a perfect item for exhibits.

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  1. Your Styrofoam f1 car is amazing. Michael salter, you did a great job, Me and my friends like your polystyrene F1 car. I also want to make this car with polystyrene. And I already purchased Styrofoam from this website because this website gives me polystyrene in very cheapest price

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