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Your versions of antique wood toy cars and trucks are great fun. Thanks for posting the great photos.
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Your versions of antique wood toy cars and trucks are great fun. Thanks for posting the great photos.


Thank you John for your comments, the ford car was a challenged, the cab was a compound cut with my scroll saw. 
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I've made a lot of these cars. The cab is indeed challenging. I cut mine with a Shopsmith bandsaw. I made one batch by grinding them down to shape with a Shopsmith belt sander and 40 grit sand paper. Not recommened.
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