1930 Model A Roadster/rumble seat

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Project by LeeinEdmonton posted 2199 days ago 1382 views 0 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is another toy that will be donated this Dec. to a needy inner city child for Christmas. As mentioned with the motorcycle rocker, I do not put a finish on my toys. They made using project scraps & often 3 or 4 different species of wood is involved although I do use only one species when making the wheels.
Thanks for looking.

-- Lee

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#1 posted 2199 days ago

Neat. That came out very nicely

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#2 posted 2199 days ago

good work Lee

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#3 posted 2199 days ago

Great job!

Thanks for the post


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#4 posted 2199 days ago

Hi Lee;

What kind of motor did you put in there?

Nice work!


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#5 posted 2199 days ago

Very nice. It will make some kid very happy. Thanks for sharing.

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#6 posted 2199 days ago

Nice work!


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#7 posted 2199 days ago

here’s a large truck I made.Alistair

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#8 posted 2199 days ago

and a rumble seat that opens!! very cool
“lucky” children to have you in their city.

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#9 posted 2198 days ago

Looks great, that is the kind of thing that a kid will remember for years to come.

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#10 posted 2198 days ago

Hope it gets to the kid who can appreciate the care that went into it! Good job on the project, and the cause!

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#11 posted 2196 days ago

Excellent job Lee.

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#12 posted 2195 days ago

Thank you for the great responses. I much appreciate it.

-- Lee

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