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Rosiejane

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I treated myself to a new toy plan Osni's Hot Rod VW Bug last week and this is the result.

I used jarrah and tassie oak. The headlights are pine dowel that I had on hand. I opted to leave off the spoiler and scoop because I thought they might get snapped off too easily. I didn't have any thin stock available for the vent detail so I left that off too.
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Well done, I like this version
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looking good
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Great job!
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Like the contrasting colour great cuts.[thumb]
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It is fun to see how other people build the same project. I really like the wood contrast. Thanks for sharing.
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Nice looking outcome, nicely done. 
Thank you for showing.

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I also love your use of different woods and it looks amazing and I would probably leave off bits as well......to make it available to a younger audience......well done.
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