A Mars a day may help you work, rest and play, but only a Maaars a day can help you work rest and play for an entire week… and still have time for pimp action!
2 x Mars bars
16 x confectionary silver balls
8 x Cadbury Buttons
2 x white chocolate drops
Step One: The basic principle is to double the length of the Mars chassis. A wedge is skilfully cut from the back end of one bar and a corresponding wedge is cut from the front on another bar. The wedge
is all important to ensure that the chassis can be joined with integrity – this ain’t no back street cut and shut, this is precision engineering!
Step Two: A highly sophisticated hot water-based welding tool is employed to ensure that all edges are molten before the two bars are put together.
Step Three: The two bars are aligned and pushed together. Instantly the welding tool comes back into play to seal the joins. Whilst still liquified the joints are polished to ensure a smooth transition
from one bar to another.
Step Four: Minor disaster here… a part of the join fractures under the stress of polishing, but with a cool head and a hot welding tool, a piece of bodywork from one of the off-cut sections is placed over
the gap and welded securely into place. Another session of more delicate polishing ensures a seam-free fix.
Step Five: Wheels in motion. Hand crafted sweet-based mag wheels are skilfully manufactured using Cadbury Buttons and silver confectionary balls for hub caps with a high chrome finish. The hub caps are then
mounted individually onto other buttons to complete the wheels.
Step Six: The wheels are fixed onto the chassis with skill level rarely seen outside of a Ferrari pit team. White chocolate ‘halogen’ headlamps are then added to complete the project.
Petro-choco-heads rejoice, this is high octane chocolate pimpery in motion. Let the cruisin’ begin…