Wagon from Stripwood

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Fred_M, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. Fred_M

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  2. Ray Marinaccio

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    Looking good Fred. :thumb: :thumb:
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  4. Locobreath

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    Fred: That's beautiful.

    Do you have horses? :thumb: :thumb:
  5. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Very nice Fred. How did you make the wheels?
  6. Wyomingite

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    One beautiful job Fred.

    Ron :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  7. Fred_M

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    The wheels are made by circus craft. Fred
  8. SAL Comet

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    Ha Fred, That load of fire wood looks great, you must have a really small ax.
  9. Papa Bear

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    Nice work, Fred!
  10. Will_annand

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    There goes Fred again... Great work Buddy :thumb: :thumb:
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    More shots like that and you'll have me in On30, love that cordwood :thumb:
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    Really nice work Fred!! :thumb: Those split logs look so real!!

    Val
  13. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Nifty project Fred, all the way down to the wood brake on that back wheel. I have to aggree with the other folks that the load of firewood looks very realistic. I see some core grains in one split log on top to the left. Did you make that effect with paint..or what?
    Ralph
  14. Fred_M

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    LOL, the logs are twiggs from the yard. Silver Maple to be exact. Fred
  15. rcline

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    Fred - Looking really good!! Just move the hand brake to the other side. Also. How in the world did you get that out door weathered look on the wood? I am really impressed!
    Randy