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Project by Barry Gardner posted 1266 days ago 1213 views 0 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I have made several wooden Cars.

-- barry, Sandy,http://www.woodworkerbarry.com





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grizzman

6813 posts in 1907 days


#1 posted 1266 days ago

you have made some very nice trucks here and they look like there was a lot of fun in doing it all, i hope they will be appreciated by those who they go to, as you have done a wonderful job in making them…thanks for sharing these with us…

-- GRIZZMAN ...[''''']

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stefang

12603 posts in 1938 days


#2 posted 1266 days ago

Very nice work Barry. Your trucks look really well done. do you use a scroll saw to make them with? We lived in Sandy Utah for 4 years between 1975-1979. We lived on East Cedar Terrace Drive. Beautiful State.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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Barry Gardner

17 posts in 1519 days


#3 posted 1266 days ago

Band saw and Dremmel

-- barry, Sandy,http://www.woodworkerbarry.com

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woodsawdustmaker

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#4 posted 1266 days ago

Great looking vehicles! How did you make the door hinges on the truck? Is that an insert of a different type of wood?

-- Max - Birmingham, AL

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rsladdwoodworks

311 posts in 1773 days


#5 posted 1266 days ago

like your work they look good

-- Robert Laddusaw and no I am not smarter then a fifth grader ( and no I canot spell so if it is a problem don't read it ))

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LarryN

191 posts in 1271 days


#6 posted 1266 days ago

nice detail they look great

-- Larry, North Carolina

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Ted Pagels

63 posts in 1666 days


#7 posted 1266 days ago

Plans for the fire truck??

-- Ted Pagels, Green Bay, WI

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Barry Gardner

17 posts in 1519 days


#8 posted 1265 days ago

The plans you can get on u-bild.com. The door hinges are round toothpicks

-- barry, Sandy,http://www.woodworkerbarry.com

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ralbuck

492 posts in 870 days


#9 posted 522 days ago

Neat toys!

Especially like the 30’s pickup
I use bamboo skewers for some small round parts—-about 1/8 inch thick average, and strong.

I also use the skewers for putting glue in hard to reach spots where I need to put it.

-- just rjR

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crowie

614 posts in 555 days


#10 posted 510 days ago

G’Day Barry,
You certainly have made a beaut bunch of wooden toys, fire trucks, utes, farm trucks & semi with trailer.
Very nice indeed though I’d love to see a few more photos with close ups showing off the details, please.
cheers from On Top DownUnder, crowie

-- Lifes good, Enjoy each new day...... Cheers from "On Top DownUnder" Crowie

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