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Szabie

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Gday guys my name is paul from aussie ..i started making toys after i had a stroke it has helped my rehab greatly and recommend it to anybody in the same position..so far i have made a couple of hot rods and half a dozen tow trucks ..not bad for a bloke with one arm ( i have very limited use of my right hand side) any way all toys are made from old pallets so have to make every piece individually which has been fun as you can imagine plane each side to get thickness etc anyways first time to this site and look forward to all different ways you people do things cheers

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Wow Paul, pallet wood excellent work, keep um comin' [thumb] 
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Quite an achievement, keep up the great work
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Welcome aboard from a fellow Aussie.

Some nice looking toys you have made. 

Thanks for sharing your photos.

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Hi Paul,

Welcome to the Forum! Your toys look fantastic! Thank you for posting and we're looking forward to seeing more of your work.

Cheers,
Cynthia
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Hi Paul, I must say that you are a master at toymaking. These are classic examples of the toymaker's art. And welcome to the forum! Your experiences with life and your grit are shining examples to us all. Thanks for sharing.
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Amazing work!  Thank you for sharing and good luck on your continued rehab.
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Originally Posted by Szabie
Gday guys my name is paul from aussie ..i started making toys after i had a stroke it has helped my rehab greatly and recommend it to anybody in the same position..so far i have made a couple of hot rods and half a dozen tow trucks ..not bad for a bloke with one arm ( i have very limited use of my right hand side) any way all toys are made from old pallets so have to make every piece individually which has been fun as you can imagine plane each side to get thickness etc anyways first time to this site and look forward to all different ways you people do things cheers



Hi Paul
Looks good. I want to make these myself, I have alot of toys going on right now...keep up the good work.

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Love your work Paul making toys is a great past time
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