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rdredge

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John, here are more views of tractor and wagon. Questions asked were answered in first tractor and wagon I posted. Photos were taken at table level for scale with soup can.

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john lewman

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Nice photos! The soup can works. This is a cool project and perfectly done. We all would love to see step by steps of your next build. We can all learn from your precision skills.
rdredge

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Thank you John for the compliments on my work.  I will take some step by step pictures of next thing I assemble and post when finished. 

One thing I do for the tractor, wagon with animals set is glue the axle peg in.  This way the buyers don't have to worry about losing it or little people eating it! On the fence for it I also glue in connecting pegs.

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This is so nice.  thanks for sharing.  love the wood choices. 
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