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toolow

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I decided to enlarge the Jeep plans on the computer 2x I also enlarged the Yellowstone trailer 2X  They came out kid friendly.  I normally don't paint my projects, just hit them with a coat of gloss Poly.  I did "craft" a hitch onto the back of the jeep for the trailerjeep.jpg jeepnham.jpg
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This is a smartly executed project.Well done photos, too. I like the larger scale. You've done it right-it will have much more durability and play value in this size. 
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Very nice.  I like what you have done.  For the jeep trailer did you just add a hitch?  Curious, the bumper is slightly larger than the piece that hangs out the back.  But you probably accounted for that.  I like this modification.  I think the original jeep is about 5"long and 2.5" wide.  So is this now about 5" wide?
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A very nice jeep and trailer combination
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I love it! I just wish I had thought of it.

Well done.

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Interestingly I'm in the mińŹdle of half sizing one of the Macho Motorcycles I've recently built, just to see if it can be done. See my recent thread. It's being a bit of a b*%#$; but I'm getting there slowly.

Nice job here though, well done.

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