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  1. (Don't You Sit on My) Blue Suede Chair

    A wedding gift for two friends. I salvaged a high-quality office chair & built a solid base. Turnings from Lowe's. The chair is a blue suede. Hence the marks. Wrestling this project to completion during 100 deg. days in the shop was quite exciting - I couldn't get any sweat on the fabric...
  2. Celebrate Hope Chest

    Description: I built this chest for Hope Rising, a charity that helps local non-profits in the D.C. region. At Celebrate Hope, their annual fund raising event, they auction off donated items from local businesses and individuals. I decided to make this chest, because I thought it fit right in...
  3. simple storage shelf

    It is a very simple shelf, but my soon-to-be daughter in law wanted a place to put their newborn daughters (my grandaughter!) diapers and clothes within easy reach…but wanted something she could grow with that wasn't necessarily from a set. This is what I came up with. Cheyenne can use this...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    This little hummer was left in the garage when we bought our house 7 years ago. Model # FD3480D - Serial # - M 69078 It didn't have a motor so my brother helped hubby and I attach one. The base is rickety as hell but it works - Not fast but it's all about doing it correctly right? Thought I...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am looking for the Elevating Shaft and Gear Assembly s-01-01593 for the Powr Kraft Radial Arm Saw TPC 2610. The gear that raises and lowers the arm is missing teeth. The previous owner did not unlock the arm before turning the crank. Any clues where I can get this part? Contact…...
  6. Blogs
    Restoration of radial arm saw - Montogomery Wards TCP 2610E 4/17/2018 Purchased for $20 - craigslist I already have one fully functional Craftsman radial arm saw and a DeWalt that I plan to restore later. Why buy this Montgomery Wards saw? I've been wanting one ever since I found out it has...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Do any of you (still) have any Montgomery Ward "Powr Kraft" power tools that were glorified versions of Black & Decker power tools from the 1978-83 period? Basically, Wards had B&D add a few decorative touches here and other changes there to distinguish the Wards version from a mainstream B&D...
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