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john lewman

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We plan to launch this sometime next week. It has 2-1/4" wheels and is designed for a quick pre-Holiday build. The Dirt Loader has an articulated chassis that is very easy to make. Each toy is around 12" long and is made from common framing lumber. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated! 001.png  002.png
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Looks good John, looks like a easy build i will add it to my list of plans. George

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Looks pretty good. 
Another for my "to do" list. 

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Looks great love the loader.

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another good looking set John.
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Looks very nice John - yet another I would buy!

Are the details on the truck cab and grille printed to be applied via the Mod Podge system, like some of your other toys?

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The grill is made of thin strips of wood for a true 3D effect. It was very easy to make from strips made from standard lumber. The images below are of the final prototype shown in the new plan set. Dumper Truck 003.jpg  Dumper Truck 005.jpg  Dumper Truck 007.jpg  Dumper Truck 015.jpg 
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This looks really good, it's just aching to reside upon my shelf.
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