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We are making a bunch of these for an upcoming craft show in two weeks.
Some of the vehicles are still missing details, and some need to go to the tire alignment shop for their wheels, but i wanted to share where we are so far.

This is a fun and easy project.

Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics

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They look fantastic Ken excellent work,they should be good sellers.
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As soon as I got an email alerting me to these plans, I immediately downloaded. I think these are really awesome plans and would be great to have and share with kids.

Thanks Ken for your designs, they are nothing less than awesome and easy to make patterns. Just what a toy should be.

Lloyd
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Thank You Lloyd

 It is always nice to hear nice words about your work.

I was so tickled that John would take on a new design and do it so fast.

 We are making a bunch of these for an upcoming craft show in two weeks.

Some of the vehicles are still missing details, and some need to go to the tire alignment shop for their wheels, but I wanted to share where we are so far.

This is a fun and easy project.

The mini vehicles were made by copying the plan at 50%. On all the little ones I left out the headlights and taillights to make them easier and quicker.  The darkened bottoms were burnt in a toaster oven

 Again thank you so much.


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Parabéns Ken, excelente trabalho.
Pelo o que eu vi nas fotos, quanto mais coloridos, mais bonitos.
Um abraço
Osni

Congratulations Ken, great job. 
From what I saw in the pictures, the more colorful, more beautiful. 
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Very nice looking cars Ken...lots of fun isn't it.  I must have missed those patterns 
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Hi Larry

They just came out, and we were given the opportunity to build a test set the week before they did came out.

John and Cynthia created them to be quick and easy, for craft shows.

Just turns out they are also great looking and fun.  Of all the new cars, trucks, and buses sitting on the table, some painted and some in plain wood, my Grandson picked up the mini version of one of the Martin Motors Craft Show Specials.   I thought he would go for the colored ones, but went instead for the plain wood one.

One way cool thing about these fun little cars is the body can be cut in half to make for easy painting, or left in one piece.  Gives you lots of options.

Try a set and take a look at the Martin Motors Antique Car Carrier.  It is also way fun to build.

Thanks for the nice words about my work.

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