Allshouse Designs and the Race Car

The Race Car with new door panel

It has been a busy week of getting things wrapped up here at Allshouse Designs. I completed work on a simple informative website for Canyon Park Veterinarian Hospital.  It has been over 20 years when Dr. Vaughn purchased the business, when the city of Bothell and the internet was a lot smaller then it is today.  Even if you have a well established business in your community, a digital presence is really non-negotiable in today’s day and age.  These are some of my favorite types of projects, I love seeing well established local business searchable online!  We also spent some great time with Jon prepping “The Race Car” and making the next video.   

First and for most, I want to thank all our new followers to our blog and a big thank you to everyone watching and commenting about our last video.  Your comments help us get to know what you guys are interested in, so we can give you what you want to see. Keep your comments and questions coming. The race car has been real enjoyable for me; as a previously certified mechanic, this whole process has been bringing back memories.  Enjoyment that I thought left me, shortly after my second baby was born.  Sometimes life gets busy with work and family, but a meaningful way to play with your friends is so important for balance.  With great pleasure, we are proud to announce. Episode 4 of the “The Race Car” has been posted to our YouTube channel, enjoy. We have really focused on the car, with an extended Q and A with Jon, and more car footage.


 Our good friends at Spunks have signed up to co-sponsor the car.  We will be giving out free seeds at the races, so check out to see when the mini stock division will be racing. Really, you must try these roasted pumpkin seeds.  Go check out their site and our video on their product.  Order up a tasty treat at Thanks to Rolands! Local small business is the way to go.  Go local, support your community. We go further, when we go together.

The Drone Project is Now in 360 Video

Allshouse Designs Drone

Here at Allshouse Designs, we often gravitate towards projects that interest us the most. We pride ourselves in enjoying every aspect of our business. After all, is that not the point of owning your own business? To mold it into something you enjoy coming to everyday. Of course it is!

As many of you already know, one of the recent projects we have started is the build of our video drone. We have launched one video already giving an introduction to how it looks in the air with our Samsung Gear 360 camera mounted. 

Well, the video we are launching next is going to feature one of our good friends, DUBL_AFPV over on Instagram, flying the drone around his backyard course. This should give an idea as to how the camera operates while moving at high speed. It also demonstrates the handling and speed of the drone itself.

DUBL_AFPV or Aaron, has been flying drones for a few years now and has built too many of them to count. So it would make sense we would have him fly our drone, sense Matt is still in the learning process.

If you are interested in building a drone like the one you see in the video be ready to spend some cash. In case you are interested in what we have and would like to build your own, here is what we have:

The Racing Drone
The Racing Drone

All in all, we spent about 6 hours of our time getting this drone built and about $500. We still need to get the ever important FPV goggles and will be going with the FATSHARK V3 Dominators. After all said and done the drone cost is going to be about $850.

Now, that cost is not the cost for all drones. Once you purchase the Radio and goggles you do not need to purchase them again. This means each drone can run you about $300 depending on your needs. Not to bad if you ask me.

I want to give a special thank you to Aaron (DUBL_AFPV) for helping with the build process. Check out some of his awesome videos on his YouTube Channel. A big thank you to Honor Hall for providing us with the music for the video.

If you have any questions about the parts that we chose to use and want to build your own, feel free to contact us at any time.

Thank you and stay tuned for that video!