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Tony

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I took the large version and put wheels on them and then had to redesign the fenders. I also drilled the body and inside of the fenders and use dowels to make assembly easier.

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nice looking they look 1st class are you going to paint or oil/wax them.or both
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Not certain how I will finish them. I may clear coat as I did with my truck. Tony
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The larger wheels are a cool improvement. I like what you did here.
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How did you get that fancy finish on the truck? That's quite a gloss and a pretty smooth automotive finish. I am impressed.
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The finish is a spray can called krylon glossy finish with several coats before it was assembled. It also won at the fair. Thanks Tony
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Your toys are so nice. My dad had an old pickup truck like the one you built. I would ride in the back with my friends for hayrides. Lots of fun. Especially at night under the hay with.....oops. To private!
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is that truck the one from the book making herloom toys from wood looks a bit like it?
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