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Hot Rod FORDS #11: Nearly Finished

02-17-2018 07:56 AM by crowie | 10 comments »

Nearly Finished!! The body and back are glued to the chassis. The radiator is glued in plus added stays. No windscreen/windshield as I’m sure it wouldn’t last the little boys play tests. The rear bumper bar is done, BUT I’m keep that surprize for until the final revival. So all the needs doing is the seats glued in place, the wheels glued into the chassis plus a little detailing before 3-4 coats of satin polyurethane clear…..

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Hot Rod FORDS #8: I think the chassis is done....

02-09-2018 08:48 AM by crowie | 6 comments »

I think the chassis is done…. Worked out the front wheels positioning then the radiator position, adding a support to give a better glue surface area… I made up a set of transverse springs for the front, shaped the rails plus added a bumper bar….. I have also positioned the steering wheel, gear stick plus the three [3] pedals…. ALL EXCEPT the rear bumper bar and tail light but they’ll come later….

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An adventure in making toys - Old Time Farm Truck #2: Chassis and Axle housings

03-04-2015 01:58 PM by George_SA | 0 comments »

The plan and dimensions Chassis components Chassis glue up Axle housings. – Due to the runout on my drill press (which is quite old) I can’t drill a straight hole thru a long block. Thin pieces of wood is ok, but as soon as I drill a hole in a block 100mm and longer, the drill tends to wander a bit. Therefore I split the blocks in half and cut the grooves with my table saw. After that I glue the two halves together.The following photo shows the 4 halves ready for the g...

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