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Camnight

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Hi I have been buying plan and watch and taking in all you tips. I thought I show you my first at a toy making plan. We have 14 grandkids so have heaps to make toy for,,I have been going to start for over a year now and now that I have I do like making them.Thanks for all the good tips I enjoyed reading your forum you are a
Great bunch of guys. Hope to talk soon hope you like my car. Camnight

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Hi Camnight
Welcome to the Forum, glad to see you here.
14 Grandkids will be keeping you busy.
Nice build, I like the finish on the 2nd photo.
I just build a couple of these, but did not follow the plan as well as you did.
There are lots of answers here on the Forum just waiting for the right questions.  So ask away if you want to know anything.
Again welcome and thanks for sharing what you have done

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Welcome to the forums Camnight! Nice work on these, I really like them! [smile]
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A big WELCOME from me George, great looking cars keep um comin'
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Camnight - Nice, really nice. I'm leaning towards the dark fendered Rosevelt Cabby.
What have you done there, stain, paint or natural wood?
I also took at a look at your album in your profile, nice stuff there also.
Thanks for posting.
With 14 grandkids, I thought I was going to see a fleet of vehicles.

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Thanks Udie I cooked the fenders and wheels. The fenders are made of pallett boards. I will post more pictures later as I have made a few different
toys over last twelve months. I have learnt different things to do from reading the forum. Thanks again for moving my post. Talk later.
George
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