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Peter B

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Small build this time
It won't match Lloyd's skills but will fun as i go along working my fat fingers around the little pieces
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Well I've see your work and I am sure this is gona be good. More pictures. please.
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Will be keeping and eye on this build as I have the plans printed and was looking over it for sizes etc.

This should be a fun build for sure....

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Looking forward to the rest of the build.
I am sure it will be up to your very high standards.

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Nice work! I have the plans for that one as well!
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Peter B

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The little bar on the front requires 1/8" dowel but down under in oz under 4mm is non-existant in my area.
I remember when i was at the supermarket a few weeks ago about RodT bamboo skewers suggestion, so i got some to keep just in case.
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This is coming along nicely. Good work with the skewers.
I found they vary in diameter quite a bit, but are cheap enough to get enough good ones out of the pack. 

Toothpicks is another source that I thought of, but when I had a look in the supermarket, they are also made out of bamboo and vary in diameter. 

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With all the awesome posts on the forum it is hard for me to pick and stay with a plan.  Now I want to make this one next. 
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The wheels are temporary fit at this stage. Those that have this plan will notice mine is narrower because i will be building an attachment to the rear of the Winnebago and a narrow 4 wheeler suited the look more.
Still a few more things to add with my fat fingers
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I like the looks of this. Outstanding workmanship.
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This wood toy four-wheeler has a dynamic design that is really exciting. I am constantly amazed at how skilled your are at crafting each part of a wood toy.
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Great work, Peter! I really like it this would be a fine addition to my collection. Keep on makin' saw dust
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