Sign up Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
wwalker47

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 417
Reply with quote  #1 

This is a 1931 Hot Rod Ford Roadster designed by Osni Chioveto, I always wanted on of these I can just see myself now cruising the Boulevard in this with my best girl looking for a race.

I used pine, balitc birch plywood, and poplar and finished with acrylic paint and sprayed with glossy polyurethane.

Thanks for lookin'

Attached Images
Click image for larger version - Name: 100_4271.JPG, Views: 99, Size: 46.41 KB  Click image for larger version - Name: 100_4274.JPG, Views: 104, Size: 43.46 KB  Click image for larger version - Name: 100_4277.JPG, Views: 90, Size: 44.55 KB  Click image for larger version - Name: 100_4275.JPG, Views: 83, Size: 42.96 KB 

__________________
-Bill  [comp]

My saw is a DeWalt788
Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut

Ken Martin

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 988
Reply with quote  #2 
Hay Bill
Really nice job.  That would be the car to ride and shine in.
Paint job looks great, thanks for sharing.

__________________
Kenneth W Martin
http://FuzzyDuckCreations.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/FuzzyDuckCreations
Dalboy

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 265
Reply with quote  #3 
That is smart I like it very much, very colourful and every kids dream car[thumb]
__________________
I have so much fun playing with wood.
Derek
Udie

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 1,179
Reply with quote  #4 
Bill (wwalker47) - That looks really sharp and brings back memories of some of the hot rods we had cruising the streets years ago.
So, how was it cutting the flames?

wwalker47

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 417
Reply with quote  #5 
The flames were quite easy. I stack cut 1/8" Plywood and used a #3 blade.
__________________
-Bill  [comp]

My saw is a DeWalt788
Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut
ctowne

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 1,054
Reply with quote  #6 
Very Nice, I really like this and the colors are great.  Was that back curved detail piece on the truck difficult to cut correctly or is it thin enough that it can slightly bend.  Love the flames.  Did you use dowels in the grill or toothpicks?   Can't quite tell buy the size but they are lined up perfect.  Yet another plan that I want to build. 
Cindy 
wwalker47

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 417
Reply with quote  #7 
Thanks.
If you talking about the back fenders then I cut them no the scrollsaw from 1/2" wood per the pattern.  I used 1/8" dowels for the grill, in Osni's video he used toothpicks but the ones I have were too skinny.

__________________
-Bill  [comp]

My saw is a DeWalt788
Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut
phantom scroller

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 876
Reply with quote  #8 
Great work , luv um.
__________________
Roly

https://www.facebook.com/Scrollsaw-Woodworker-578378898839152/
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.