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Alan

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Fire engine and ambulance from 1920s fleet of trucks. Made from various hardwoods - ash, sapele, obeche and beech. Finished with danish oil

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LeftFinger

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very nice
flamepainter

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Good job on these. I like the headlights instead of just straight dowels. Nice finish also.
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Very Nice. I like the choice of woods,especially the wood you used for the ambulance cab.The grain is beautiful.
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Alan, these are beautifully crafted wood toys. Our hats off to you! I love seeing the work of our fellow Forum members, and especially such carefully aand artistically done work.
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fantastic
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Brilliant!



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