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I figured out what the small pieces are. They are car parts that are not finished yet. They large ones are trunks and the smaller ones are the engine blocks, I figured this out after I had sanded them and given them to my grandson for blocks. Oh well, they are still being used for toys.

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When I originally cut these I was still using a steel saw blade. If one of my modern saw blades cut this rough I would trow it away and buy a new one.


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Norm Marshall car built from parts I made in the early 1980s. The axles are a bit to short but I didn't notice until I already had glued two wheels on. Note to self: Always dry fit!

Its Ponderosa Pine except for the dowels which I think are birch. No finish and I don't think Im going to apply one.



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this is a cute car
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