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Project by wiswood2 posted 02-13-2010 10:56 PM 1920 views 2 times favorited 21 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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This is one of the hardest toys I have made every thing is there ,the hood even opens made of walnut maple and other woods. Comments please, Chuck

-- Chuck, wiswood2 www.wisconsinwoodchuck.com





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Dudley

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#1 posted 02-13-2010 11:01 PM

It’s a beauty for sure. BZ

-- Dudley Young USN Retired. Sebastian, Fl.

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RalphNevin

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#2 posted 02-13-2010 11:08 PM

That’s incredible. How long did you work on that? You do very nice worlk.

-- Ralph New Hampshire, www.realcomtel.com

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richgreer

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#3 posted 02-13-2010 11:15 PM

Very nice. It looks like a lot of details work.

-- Rich, Cedar Rapids, IA - I'm a woodworker. I don't create beauty, I reveal it.

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garysharp

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#4 posted 02-13-2010 11:28 PM

The same nice detail and effort that you put into the Black Hawk.

-- Garysharp "When sharpening woodworking tools, good enough,...isn't" “Your life’s complete only when your knowledge passes on”.

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woodsawdustmaker

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#5 posted 02-14-2010 12:05 AM

Great looking project.

-- Max - Birmingham, AL

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a1Jim

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#6 posted 02-14-2010 12:07 AM

Another winner

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Grumpy

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#7 posted 02-14-2010 01:14 AM

Excellent work wiswood2

-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python

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Woodbear

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#8 posted 02-14-2010 01:18 AM

That is a thing of beauty. That’s a real art, being able to carve like that and make the item to scale. Have you seen the article on carving in the Hartville Tool Woodworking Master Catalog 2007-2008? A guy named Earnest “Mooney” Warther hand carved trains, wooden pliers, and other stuff. Pretty interesting if you’re into carving. This guy was a master, no doubt about it. Here’s an address, www.warthers.com, or e-mail info@warthers.com.

-- The safest place to be is within the will of God. God Bless. Michael

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Dennisgrosen

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#9 posted 02-14-2010 02:06 AM

excelent as always

Dennis

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#10 posted 02-14-2010 03:12 AM

I have driven those and I can say it looks like the real deal ;-))

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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hunter71

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#11 posted 02-14-2010 05:02 AM

Great job, Chuck

-- A childs smile is payment enough.

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ND2ELK

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#12 posted 02-14-2010 05:05 AM

You sure do some beautiful work. Very impressive looking piece. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom

-- Mc Bridge Cabinets, Iowa

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donjoe

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#13 posted 02-14-2010 05:19 AM

Beautiful work. Reminds me of a Ford 8N we had.

-- Donnie-- listen to the wood.

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#14 posted 02-14-2010 06:44 AM

Very impressive work you do.

-- Dan Wiggins

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norwood

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#15 posted 02-14-2010 07:14 AM

awesome tractor well done

-- of all the things Ive lost in life i miss my mind the most

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