Within the 2015 Northern Star Council Rules, would this car be legal? A #D printed car.
The thing that you don't see is that it is built like several other styles with a 1/4" "frame" and the outer shell attached to the frame. You can see a sliver of the frame in the front view and through a couple of slits in floor in the side view.
I would allow it the same as we allow the BSA stores' plastic body shells. This is using the 5th Element Materials WOOD filament. I believe that it is maple.
Top, Front and Side views: Click for full image.
The car bodies behind it are brass and normal plastic. The brass one needed a polish to bring out the shine!
Last Edit: Aug 10, 2015 9:43:29 GMT -6 by Mr. Slick
I think that it would be legal but maybe adding some clarification to the following rules would be a good idea.
2.1 The main body structure (chassis) must be made of wood. The car design may be enhanced by the addition of other stable materials such as plastic or metal. Any additions must be firmly attached and meet car size specifications.
2.6 At least 4 wheels must be attached to the sides of the car body. Each wheel must be attached to the car's wood chassis with a legal axle.