Ford Railroad Luggage Car

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Ford Railroad Luggage Car

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I purchased the plans for this model from Toysandjoys.com. The truck is about 15” long It is made of pine and MDF. The grill, wheels, headlights and lattice were all made on my Shopbot CNC. All of the other parts were made with a table saw, band saw, planer and drill press.

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I like it Phil, nice job!

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Looks cool Phil. You did a nice job making it. Where did you purchase the plans?
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Leo wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 12:23 pm
Looks cool Phil. You did a nice job making it. Where did you purchase the plans?
Toysandjoys.com

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Thank you Phil.

I like the train stuff. Some day (HaHa) I would love to make a train display shelf.
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A nearby restaurant has a model train on an elevated track near the ceiling the travels around the perimeter of the reataurant. It's very cool.

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Phil wrote:
Fri May 07, 2021 1:19 pm
A nearby restaurant has a model train on an elevated track near the ceiling the travels around the perimeter of the reataurant. It's very cool.

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There is a similar restaurant here in Tucson (Sullivan's). They put a mask on the front of the engine.
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