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gsmith89

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I just finished the Fantastic Farm Tractor and trailer. Real fun build. The tractor and trailer is built with poplar and some cherry I had in one of my scrap drawers. I have a real hard time getting rid of my small scrap pieces of lumber. Undecided on the finish. Probably Cynthia's beeswax finish ? 20180124_141653.jpg  20180120_125055.jpg  20180123_155208.jpg  20180124_140359.jpg  20180124_140645.jpg  20180124_140503.jpg  20180124_140645.jpg  20180124_140943.jpg 
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Well done and looks like a rewarding build with a nice combination of woods for a great result.
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I like it gsmith89. I too agree with Bucko. Looking forward to seeing many more.
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gsmith, to quote Cynthia, THIS IS ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC! Thanks for the great photos. We would love to hear all about the construction. Do you have any assembly photos and stories you can share. This is a wonderful wood toy tractor and trailer. Hats off to you!
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excelente trabajo el que has hecho aqui muy bueno realmente y creo positivamente que para el acabado podrias aplicar barniz liso para k solo obtenga el color real de la madera.
Hermosa obra sigue mostrando tus tabajos para podamos disfrutarlos [biggrin]
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Excellent work looks great.[thumb]
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Very nice job, how did you make the wheels and are they stained.
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Thanks everybody for the compliments . Tony I stack cut the wheels out with my hole saws. The back wheels I cut on my band saw with my circle jig. Soften the edges with 1/4 round over bit on my router table. I did stain the wheels because I am still trying learn how to paint. I thought the tractor turned out pretty good I didn't want to mess it up trying to paint it.  
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