Model T 1919

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Phil
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Model T 1919

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Finishing up my Ford Model T, 1919. A lot of fun to build. I made the wheels, the headlights and the radiator on my Shopbot. I bought the plans from ToysandJoys.com.

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Excellent, Phil!
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Great Job Phil

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That's great!
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That's a very nice looking project. One suggestion for a modification though.

Scale it up and install a pedal drive for a deserving very young person. :D

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CarveOne wrote:
Thu Feb 18, 2021 1:10 pm
That's a very nice looking project. One suggestion for a modification though.

Scale it up and install a pedal drive for a deserving very young person. :D

Richard
Great idea, Richard.

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Beautiful Phil.

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Great Job!
Lots of work and time, but enjoyable results.

Before cnc I also used Toys & Joys patterns for cars too.
They did a good job matching the original vehicles.

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