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A friend of mine showed me an article in the December 1995 issue of The Practical Wood Working magazine. The article was about the annual competition with the object being a London taxi. The entries and winners were published a few months later and they were of a very standard. The specification called for a scale of 1:8. I decided to build a 1:16 th scale one.
Using various off-cuts I managed to put the above-mentioned taxi together. Regards Dolf
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Very nice looking. love the wood choices. and like you said, you used cutoffs. Did you make your own wheels, the spokes look more flat than round. Excellent!!!
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Another great build Dolf.
I would love to be able to build like this. Did you use a pattern? Ken __________________ Kenneth W Martin http://FuzzyDuckCreations.com/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/FuzzyDuckCreations
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Very impressive model of the old London Taxi.
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Very nice. I wished I could just throw misc parts together and it come out looking like that LOL
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Another great project and again a winner in my books. I can see all kinds of building ideas from your model. Thanks for sharing.
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You are a craftsman sir!!!
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