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Daniel L Abbink

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Here are some more projects on the bench. One day I will finish some. toys 073.jpg  toys 075.jpg  toys 074.jpg  toys 076.jpg


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Thanks for posting the photos of wood toy projects in process. Your work is amazing and we hope to see a lot more!
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Nice Daniel, that Bi-Plane has gotten my attention for quite awhile now.
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Very nice toy builds ....

Thanks for sharing them with the forum... I tend to wander around projects myself... I get started or even completed except for finish and wander over to another project... LOL

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That's me but it is all John's fault because he keeps coming out with new ones we can't resist LOL. Thanks John keep them coming.
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Excellent work they look great. [thumb]
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Some really great toys here.
Thanks for sharing the photos

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Nice Daniel, that Bi-Plane has gotten my attention for quite awhile now.
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Bucko I too like the bi-plane. Has been my favorite  toy IMG_0096.JPG  IMG_0098.JPG 
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Wow, great work resulting in a very nice plane.
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This I made for my grandson.
Jesse Plane 1.jpg  20160429_201629.jpg 

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This is just superb. I love the color combinations and high level of careful workmanship. This is as fine an example of a wood toy biplane that I have ever seen on the forum.
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Thanks John,

You are so kind.

Don

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Very nice build! I have also built this plane and it is a good seller at shows. John also did a great job of designing it.
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Looking good, Daniel!

I'm working on the '35 Woody roadster and trailer.

Here is the bi-plane I did using just a 2X4 re-sawed to 1/4" width. 1927 Bi Plane5.JPG


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