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  1. Combination Bevel Sled for small parts.

    10 left, 37 right and 49 left… finally 0… and OPEN. Just kidding, not that type of combination, but the combination of both a 90° and 45 ° bevel cut on the same sled. Just as a disclaimer, I have always called a mitre cut a non 90° cut, so may I be whipped extensively if I use mitre and bevel...
  2. Tower Crane

    Tower Crane I built 3 years ago and never got added to my projects. This was my fourth toy build after I got my shop set up and got back into toy making after many many years. The build blog is here. This was my first try at making fancy wooden wheels. Better late than never on the...
  3. Wine Rack model...

    I'm doing a wine cellar for someone and since it means building 6 units I built this model to show the client. Even though it took a couple of days to make, I have to admit it really helped sell the idea for the pieces and helped me work out the production steps. It also really drew the client...
  4. VW BAJA BUG ready to hit the desert racing

    VW BAJA BUG ready to hit the desert racing. Another batch of toys for the local shop.
  5. Display case for my wooden models

    Gents, it has been a long time since I posted anything so this should make up for lost time. I decided to make a cabinet for all my models (my daughter calls them my tonka toys). The cabinet is made out of pine 3/4" boards with piano hinges on the doors. The size is 8' long and 54" tall. I used...
  6. Little tray back truck toy for gifts or giveaways

    Little tray back truck toy for gifts or giveaways I started playing around with an existing template pattern I had to make a slightly different bigger little wooden toy truck. The body is old recycled Pacific Maple with 2" shop bought wheels. The trays are slightly different in that one...
  7. Ford Hot Rod T-Bucket challenge I gave myself in isolation/lockdown

    Ford Hot Rod T-Bucket challenge I gave myself in isolation/lockdown Well what does a toymaker do during these times except build a handmade wooden toy, a Ford of course. First was a hardtop T-Bucket with a number of detail personalization. Instrument panel, gear shifter, steering wheel...
  8. Toymakers Mallet

    Toymakers Mallet for @kustomcreations_byscott "Make a Mallet Challenge". I have to thank Mark @dainermade for his encouragement to have a go! https://www.dainermade.com/ Making toys I don't need a big or heavy mallet. I'd been using an old plumbers mallet for years, but with the challenge I...
  9. 1930's Model A Roadster

    First attempt at something this complex and am relatively pleased and proud of my effort. Even managed to learn how to ebonise wood thanks to another LJ I'll definetly saddle up again having learnt so much especially in the wheel department. THANKS LJ's for the assistance…... Cheers Kerry
  10. 1950’s Chevy Apache model - Big Back Window

    This is a model that I made from photos of the real thing. Made from Maple, Walnut and Mahogany
  11. A Toymakers sanity during Lockdown Isloation

    A Toymakers sanity during Lockdown Isloation Well ladies and gents what a very different few months we've had for sure. Thank you to the folk who've checked up on me during this time, it's been very much appreciated. With the extra time for hibernating in the shed my darling wife suggested...
  12. Lightning McQueen replica for a very special little boy.

    Lightning McQueen replica for a very special little boy. A month ago today our youngest grandson [3.75yrs old Asher] underwent a 9.5hr heart plumbing upgrade, his 4th heart surgery. He spent 2 weeks in PICU then a week and a half in a ward. He's home now on a 6-8 week recovery program. My...
  13. Seat 600 with a caravan

    Hello everyone, I made a Seat 600 with a caravan! You can enjoy the videos over on my channel: Seat: Caravan: Enjoy and have a nice day! Kind regards Jolien
  14. 1920's Were good years for Ford especially their "C Cab Trucks"

    While 2020 wasn't much of a year for many of us, 100 years earlier in 1920's it was for Ford especially their C Cab trucks. Towards the end of last year I was asked by a local shop to supply them with some hand made wooden toys. Now I seem to have specialized on trucks so made one for the shop...
  15. Ford Hot Rod "C" Cab T-Bucket

    Ford Hot Rod "C" Cab T-Bucket As many know I'm a Ford and a Hot Rod fan. While researching and building the "C" Cab delivery van I came across some magnificent hot rods and this one caught my eye! Could I build something similar? And so the journey began with lots of internet pictures of...
  16. Peterbilt Pantech Truck scratch built

    Peterbilt Pantech Truck scratch built which was to be a prize for the local Boys and Girls Club "Guessing Competition" but the pan on the back has proved way too big to stuff with lollies/candy. Yes it's 12" long x 8" wide x 6" high and that's be the end of end fund raising filling that space...
  17. Ford HotRod C-Cab T-Bucket for SuperTee Fund Raiser

    Ford HotRod C-Cab T-Bucket for the SuperTee Pink Projects Fund Raiser This wooden toy is built in honour of my 4yr old grandson Asher who's already had 4 zippers, doing remarkably well considering the difficult start to his life. He's truly God's Blessing. I joined a remarkable mob of Aussie...
  18. What’s in the box?

    YES! What is in the box? It's an old wine bottle box from an old work colleague that I've repaired for a specific and special use! A CROWE CREATIONS hot stamp logo. For years I've signed and dated my toys ACC but never had my own logo. A fellow woodworker who did the graphic artwork for me...
  19. Sky Scraper Crane

    Well, that's it for the MC construction Co. (mancave) for this year! Maybe next year I'll make a dump truck to go with the fleet….I enjoyed making them and showing them off but now, summer is upon us, so my thoughts are on rigging my sailboat and enjoying the great outdoors! I'm sure my...
  20. Kenworth Cement mixer truck

    Kenworth Mixer Truck wood model plan, 12 inches long. This Fully detailed plan for your handmade collector's model cement mixer is a functional replica of a Kenworth C900 1/32" scale. Plan offers full dimensions and details with a complete materials list. A total of 50 hours + of your work and...
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