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Tony

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These are tires I'm making for a f-150. And some pictures of the process.   IMG_3459.JPG  IMG_3460.JPG  IMG_3461.JPG  IMG_3462.JPG  IMG_3468.JPG  IMG_3469.JPG  IMG_3470.JPG  IMG_3476.JPG  IMG_3477.JPG  IMG_3478.JPG  IMG_3480.JPG  IMG_3481.JPG  IMG_3482.JPG  IMG_3484.JPG  IMG_3485.JPG  IMG_3486.JPG  IMG_3487.JPG  IMG_3488.JPG  IMG_3489.JPG  IMG_3490.JPG  IMG_3491.JPG  IMG_3492.JPG  IMG_3495.JPG

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Tony,

What Scrollsaw do you use? Was unable to tell from the picture.

Thanks, Don
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Don I have the Excalibur Ex-21 and really like it.
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Very skillfully done and a brave, cautious craftsman indeed to use the cutting bit shown in the second picture. My one and only use of such a bit had my hand in the wrong place at the first revolution and the bit dug into the top of my hand stalling out my drill press.
Once again nicely done and work to be proud of for sure.
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Very nicely done. I kept thinking something like this would look good on some of these toy's.
I keep looking at my lathe and thinking I should be able to make some hot wheels LOL


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Tony, this is simply amazing. I am so impressed with your skill and creativity for making museum quality wood toys. I have learned so much from this. And the photos are professional and tell the story in such a clear manner. We all thank you here at toymakingplans.com and hope to see more of your genius on the forum in days to come.
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These are awesome wheels and thanks for the photo story line.  Easy to understand, now to implement is a different story.  That circle cutter that Bucko was referencing looks a little scary, do you set the drillpress speed very low. 
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Thank you, Don. .
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Thanks for the comments. Bucko I've used the circle cutter quite often with maybe near misses but never injured. Getting it setup does take some time to get the required size. Cindy I have it turning at 990 rpm. I cut to within an eighth of an inch then turn it over and finish the cut.
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Great work,
you are very skilled.
May I ask you and anyone else if they have any plans for a 2000 Harley Ultra Classic that has been turned into a trike??

I am trying to make one out of my head and as my brother says you will get a headache.


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Brilliant Tony. 
If these wheels are anything to go by, the rest of the toy is going to be a masterpiece. 

I picked up a second hand lathe recently and have been wondering how to do wheels on it.
You have given me some inspiration.

Will be waiting eagerly for some photos of the finished truck.

Cheers
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Here are some pictures of the trucks I made using the Ford plans I was able to make the GMC. Also had some more mods to them, bucket seats, centre console and mirrors.

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Nice work Tony

I have this plan, but have not made it yet. 
I like the mods.

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Well done. I learn so much from the skilled woodworkers on this forum. 
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Tony,
I am very impressed with the mods you made for the F-150.  I was wondering if you would be willing to share/sell the plans for the mirrors, wheels, and interior?
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