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ddilucchio

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Finished up the last third plane in the set. Used Pine and Cedar. The planes were a fun build.

Thanks, Chad

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Any particular type of cedar? This contrasts very well with the pine.
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This is a great wood toy fighter plane. You really know how to capture the feeling of the real thing. Thanks for all the photos-your work raises the bar!
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Hi BadBob, I used the 3/4 x 6-8ft S1S2E Cedar Board from Home Depot.  I then run it thru my planer.  

Thanks John for the nice comment, appreciate it.

-Chad

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I have to keep my eyes open for some dark cedar. I usually ignore it.
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