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Tony

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The fire engine from toymakingplans.com.

Table Saw Magic 1932 Fire Engine No. 36

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Tony: The Fire Truck is super. Zooming in on it I am seeing a lot of precision straight edge cuts. Nice.
Have you applied any finish to it, it was hard for me to tell.

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that is nice thanks
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Tony
Great job on the project you posted.
I have the plans for the fire truck from Toymakingplans.com but have not tried it yet because I am not very good on the table saw. You are very skilled, and I hope someday to be able to cut my pieces as good as you do.
Good Work

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nice pics tony the fire truck looks great what wood did you use looks like pine?
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Gary, the fire truck was made from maple. The finish is Cynthia's bees wax. Tony
How-To Make a Non-Toxic Bees Wax Wood Toy Finish

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Fantastic job !  I have not done the fire truck yet.  Can't get over how good it looks.  I just started using the wax and it looks good on some and some of the wood I use it gets too dark.  Your cuts are really nice.  I can do table saw but not scroll too good.
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Tony,
Being a novice when it comes to woodwork, I found that wood can be very unforgiving. It seems as if you have this nicely under control. Your model's straight lines and sharp edges and corners as well as the excellent finish are fantastic.
How do you do it and what type of tools and machines do you use?
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Tony 
I went back and was looking at some of your posts and found the Fire Truck above of yours.
This was an awesome build.
Again thanks for sharing.

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Very well cut ... Great looking truck ..Douglas
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Excellent fire truck, good work. 
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