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LeftFinger

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I came across this in a second hand store in Gibsons BC Made all of wood except the wheels and tires. About 16" long.
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Some time this summer I am going to attempt this[biggrin]

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Great find. Thanks for the nostalgia and good luck on the build.
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I personally will look forward to seeing photos and the story about this wood toy project here on the forum. What a cool truck. Thanks for sharing.
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Love it and it looks old as well good find.[thumb]
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Great find. Thanks for the nostalgia and good luck on the build.


Thanks  It was in the middle of a Coke collection. To me it stood out like a beacon[smile]
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I personally will look forward to seeing photos and the story about this wood toy project here on the forum. What a cool truck. Thanks for sharing.



The Coke bottle tops look like the biggest challenge
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Love it and it looks old as well good find.[thumb]


It was listed at $475 Cad .But I thought photos were cheaper.[biggrin]

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Nice truck. Too bad you don't know who made it or where it came from. Thanks for sharing.

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