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TomDullage

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ust finished the last Christmas present, this one is for grandson Aaron. Taken a while, as I started it a few weeks ago, but have been doing others in between. Rear wheels are slightly oversize, as that's the nearest holesaw I have.

Wood is a mixture of scraps from here and there, but I'm quite pleased with the overall look.

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This is a super cool deuce coupe and perfect in every way on top of that! I love this series of hotrods and you do them PROUD.
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Really, really nice.

And nothing wrong with bigger wheels on the back of a hot rod 😉

These cars are in my next plans too.
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This is very cool........
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Sweet! I love the Deuce Coupe.
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Your grandson will LOVE IT!
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