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Loggerlaws

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My grand daughter wanted some thing for her.

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This is a scaled down Roosevelt Speedstar.

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This is the Mini Cooper from the set of the Mini Cooper and Land Rover set.


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This is a scaled down Mini Cooper

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I used a timber wedge to tilt the cars over and sand the sides to give the top half of the car a bit of shape.

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Here is a Lamborghini that I built.


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Cheers Raymond.

Peter V

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Raymond,

very  very nice. And thanks for the tip.

The window of the Lamb, did you paint those?

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Wow! The Flintstones wood toy car is brilliant. And all the others are smartly done. I especially admire your ability to design with simplicity and still capture the personality of each vehicle type. Your workmanship and skill are an inspiration to us all.
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