"I started making toys when I was younger," he told the BBC Somali Service.
"I used to play with them without any motor. But later I said to myself: 'Why don't you make them into a moving machine?'
"So I looked at the cars in the town and invented my toys with the same design."
Guled lives at home with his mother and older brother and sister, and goes to a school in Buhodle that is supported by Somalis in the diaspora.
But he has missed out on a lot of his education and is only in the third year at primary school - a class usually for eight year olds. This is because his father disappeared in 2002 and is presumed dead.
Check some of the photos of his invention below: