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shedbuddie

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This is my latest & 2nd build of the Winnebago & trailer, I sold the first one at a craft show. Made from Pine, some stained pine & Mahogany front & back panels.
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Top notch craftsmanship Shedbuddie.
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Top notch craftsmanship Shedbuddie.


Thank you Kenneth.
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Yep! That's just SPOT-ON work there. GREAT Craftsmanship.
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I love this Winny. Great workmanship.
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Really beautiful Shedbuddie, chapeau.

how long did it take you to build?
And how did you make the wheels?

Is there a (special) reason why you made the door to open with the hinges on the left side? Makers-freedom I suppose?

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Very nice indeed.  I love the natural finish.

I've made one and just finished one in half size that I will post later.

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shedbuddie

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I love this Winny. Great workmanship.


Thanks John, nice plana to work from.
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Yep! That's just SPOT-ON work there. GREAT Craftsmanship.


Thanks Clint.
shedbuddie

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Very nice indeed.  I love the natural finish.

I've made one and just finished one in half size that I will post later.


Thanks, I like to see the grain of the wood showing through.
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Really beautiful Shedbuddie, chapeau.

how long did it take you to build?
And how did you make the wheels?

Is there a (special) reason why you made the door to open with the hinges on the left side? Makers-freedom I suppose?

DSC07014.jpg  DSC07015.jpg  I am prepairing for the final paintcoats .......



Thanks Peter
How long to build, I'm in the shed a few hours a week so about 2 weeks.
The wheels are made on a small Draper wood lathe
as for the door I made a mistake 'or for a left handed person'

Your build is looking great, looking forward to seeing your colours
flamepainter

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Great Job on the Winnebago and trailer. The workmanship is fantastic!
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Absolutely stunning, very nice workman ship.
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