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TomDullage

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Having watched grandson Aaron helping me with the Landrover (see my previous post), granddaughter Emma (too young to help at almost 3) decided she would like a truck, so I set to with the bandsaw to make the Quick N Easy VW Carrier.
This has to be one of the most fun builds yet and I'm pleased with the result, using some more of my reclaimed Mahogany. Sadly, Emma will want it painted blue, so that will be the next job.
Here it is in the unpainted state.
The printer was running out of ink, hence odd people!

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Nice
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And they're done! D75_3418.jpg  D75_3420.jpg 

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These are amazing toys!!
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Those are great looking. I like the colours and the wheel indentations on the trailers look good as well.
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Great little toys. [thumb]
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great looking set. I did one of these for my grand son a while back, he loved them
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