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Bourbon

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I had some smaller wheels which I had ordered by mistake, So what did I do? I made another Mercedes! I'll get a better photo when my girlfriend gets back with the camera three trucks.jpg
flamepainter

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This just reinforces the saying that there are not mistakes in woodworking, just changes in design. Great job on the smaller trucks.[biggrin]
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I love it!
Missouri Wayne

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Works for me!
Kev

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This is why we do it.  The man who never made a mistake never made anything.
Bourbon

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I always go with my best friends saying 'If yo make a @@@@ up, Make a feature of it!' I have used that a lot!  He was a restoration Carpenter for 32 years and he knows what he is doing with wood. Here is a picture of him. pete axe.jpg 
Bourbon

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as promised, The better photo's bestfourtruck.2jpg.jpg  bestfourtruck.jpg 
flamepainter

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Very nice fleet of lorry trucks. Impressive.
Bourbon

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Thank you, That's it for a while now.

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they look really nice. my eye stuck on the green one, it's huge!
Bourbon

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180% bigger than standard. uses 4'' wheels, I designed it as a ride on which is why the rear wheels are set so far back so it doesn't tip over. there are double doors on the back which open so more toys can fit in.
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