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larrys wood toys

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These are first set of freaky Ford's I built. It was a fun project to build.
I used mattalic paints followed be poly. All are water based material.

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Interesting colors.
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Very nice Larry! Looks like you've been busy.
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very nicely done Larry.
I love that blue paint job.

Very nice, thanks for sharing

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Very nice, I love the colors. Great work.

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This is beautiful craftsmanship and photography and many thanks for the painting tips. What is the brand of paint, where did you buy them, how many coats and what grit sandpaper between coats? We look forward to seeing more of your work!
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Very nice bunch of cars.  I love the metallic paints and they are coming out with new colors all the time.  It looks like I have some more choices at the store.  I like the colorful wheels.
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Excellent fleet - stripes look great too.
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Very interesting colours and stripes, gives us a few more ideas. Thanks for sharing.
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This is a very nicely done set, a set to be proud of.
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Those look so good. What kind of wood did you use? I am going to start mine hopefully next week.
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Great bunch of toy great colors well done

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These look great!
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