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wwalker47

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This, of course, is the 1957 Yellowstone Camper.  But I did this one at 1/2 size. You can’t tell the scale from the individual pictures but look at the full size with the 1/2 size.

 

This was a fun build but you gota be careful, the pieces on the sides on the full size is 1/8” thick and on the 1/2 size is 1/16” thick so I used balsa wood. Balsa is tricky to saw you have to a #1 blade.

 

So here it is. A mini-me as it where.

 

Thanks for lookin’

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Tony

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Wow great job, the mini looks as good as the full size.
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Skillfully done Bill and a big thumbs up on the challenge aspect of your build.
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I am enjoying this as I eat breakfast this morning. I have studied it several times and it puts a smile on my face! This is really a smart set of high quality wood toys and the mini size is super special. Congrats!
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Excellent Bill!  Thanks for sharing it.
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Terrific in both sizes, nice build, Bill!
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