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john lewman

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This is an outstanding example of an artistic eye combined with design engineering skills and off the charts craftsmanship. Wow.
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This is coming along nicely.
I like watching builds like this as I learn something every time I look over them

Thanks for taking the time to shows us the evolution from a pile of wood to a finished product...

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Made a start.

I managed to get these 2 plans drawn and printed out onto Sticker today.
I still have to work out what to do with the outside pieces yet.

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Rear seat and drive tunnel in
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Wow!
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Seats, steering, gear shift and roof together now for engine, hood and grille
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This is beginning to look like a museum masterpiece. Your skill with designing and creating wood toys is off the charts.
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Looking good so far Peter.

ummm but the steering wheel is outta place, it needs to go about 3 inches to the left [tongue]

LOL Just kidding, this is gonna be a cool car for sure when it's completed...

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I managed to get a bit further.
Had to work most of the weekend, so am falling behind.

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Reminds me, i must do a touch more on mine
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All glued up, ready for final sand and then paint.

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Rod and Peter you are both doing impressive work on your cars. Your both at the point of the build now that brings the smiles and anticipation out.
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As wood toy cars go, this is about as good as it gets! Great tutorial. Loving it.
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