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wwalker47

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Well, here is the 1935 Ford and trailer.

This project was a great build and a blast to make. For the 1/16” thick wood on the side I used 1/16” balsa wood (hard to saw too many fuzzies) using a #1 blade.

You will notice that I installed a rumble seat. It was PeterB’s idea and he was kind enough to send me some dimensions and that helped me to design one on the old AutoCad. Thanks, Peter.

I put a spare tire on the rumble lid. Looks a little big but it’s the same size as the tires on the car. What do you think?

I am currently working on the Jeep Grand Wrangler Trailer & 4Wheeler.

Thanks for lookin’

 

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Daniel L Abbink

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I Like it I have also made this build it was fun to make I have not panted it yet. Have you done the Jag and boat yet that's also a fun build.
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Very nice.
The mix of painted and natural timber looks great.

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This is fantastic.  Lots of paint work to make those wheels with the whitewall.  I too like the paint/natural combo. 
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I like the color combinations and the woody trim on the trailer and roadster. White walls were really popular in those days. It was not cool to wear blackwall tires!
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Thanks for all the kind words.

Daniel, yes I do have the Jag and boat and will most likely start it next.

Thanks again,

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I've fallen behind on some posting but I must say this is a great build showing some great cuts and fit ups- well done.
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