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ddilucchio

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Wanted to share my latest build, the Classic Winnebago Motor Home with Trailer. It was another enjoyable build. Thank you for viewing.

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Chad

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Great work Chad - lovely finish with the timber ... hope you're going to leave it natural...!! Tony
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Very nicely done Chad.
thanks for sharing....

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What a beautiful and classic toy Winnebago Motor Home. This one is expertly crafted and finished. What's more exciting is the quality and quantity of photos. Thank you for inspiring all of us to be better woodworkers!
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Hi Chad, love the wood finish. Nice one.
Are the sides made from one piece.

All the best Geoff
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A great job and also like the addition of the trailer
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Sweet, love it
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Great work, Chad, this is another on my list for a future build!
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Thank you all for the compliments, I appreciate it.

I agree Tony, I was thinking of painting it at first but decided it will be better to leave it natural.

Geoff, yes the sides are all one piece.  I used 1"x12"x4' common board as the actual thickness is 3/4".  I also used common board on the rest, but run the boards thru a planer.

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Chad
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That's a nice looking Winnie, I had a blast building mine. When I did mine I replaced the big round table with a dining table that I designed for this.

And here it is...use it if you like. Also here is a picture. 100_4442.JPG 

 
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What a beautiful and classic toy Winnebago Motor Home. This one is expertly crafted and finished. What's more exciting is the quality and quantity of photos. Thank you for inspiring all of us to be better woodworkers!
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