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  1. R-11 Refuel Truck

    This is my first attempt at a scale model. I was asked if I could make one for a retirement gift, so I went out and measured the real truck and scaled it down. It isn't perfect, but I am quite happy with how it turned out, being my first project like this.
  2. Trailer for my WS Truck

    G'day Heres the trailer I made to go with my WS truck I did not use a plan , just made it up as I went I did try to make expandable in width and length but it was not sturdy enough for me so it became a standard fixed version. now I need a model of construction equiptment to load on...
  3. Huge Hauler - First Sketchup Project

    Until recently, I used to design my projects with SolidWorks. However, a few days ago I gave it a try with Google Sketchup. After a few online tutorials I was able to design this project and to be honest both the design and the manufacturing process were a lot of fun! The kids could not wait to...
  4. Hydraulic Crane

    Here is my recently finished crane the T & J plan with a few mods sorry about the poor photo quality Garry I have added some extra photos better but not perfect
  5. Latest model dump semi-trailer

    This is my new project for a customer, a dump semi-trailer built from an original. This one is a 3 axles, it is also available in 2 axles version. I have use my new wheels models. This model is made with blood wood and I have inserted black wood and maple as molding. I also shows other versions...
  6. Constructions vehicles

    This has been on my mind for months now. Ever since I saw a fellow LJ's post on the bulldozer. I have been making these smaller version of my 2×4 cars for Christmas gifts (I'll post after Saturday), and REALLY wanted to try one. I am very infatuated with this size of car, and my head is...
  7. Toy truck

    This truck is a birthday gift for my son. It was been made with plywood and pine wood of a pallet .I think is important to use recicling woods when you make a proyect . It´s easy and funny to make and I hope it make him smile and he can playing a lot with his other cars and toys. Es un...
  8. Color Pencils Wooden Toy Truck

    Color Pencils Wooden Toy Truck A very simple and quick to make toy truck made from 2X2 pine and pallet wood to decorate my grandson's desk. Made a removable platform with holes to hold the pencils, and also the truck wheels. Stelios AKA Steliart
  9. Pine wood derby cars

    Derby cars for scouts from a couple years ago. The Star Destroyer was the cub-master's car. It looked really good painted (no pics) but it looks sweet bare wood too.
  10. 1930's Tow Truck

    Well this was a re-build.. I had done this version before and stained it.. it was okay but I wasn't totally happy with it so I decided to do it again, but this time add a few more highlights and give it a more refined look. This now completes the static rear set. This was a challenging build not...
  11. Modular Truck Rack

    Aug 5, 2010 For those of you that have a truck with a camper top, this may be interesting to you. The modular truck rack is the basis to carry anything for which you can make a fixture. In Picture #1 you see what the modular truck rack looks like. It consists of stand-off and load bars that...
  12. Toy truck: le camion de Papy Jean

    I found a plan in a french magazine called "Le Bouvet" (october 1987 or so…). This plan was given by a reader, called Papy Jean, who had made this truck several times. I really enjoyed doing two of these trucks for my 2yo twins two years ago. I am currently doing three of them for my nephews.
  13. Toy Train, Plane and Truck

    I wanted to make a wooden toy train for my nephew this Christmas (2017). I have made him a few other wooden toys which he really enjoys. Toy making is fun and enjoyable, however it was a bit intimidating at first. I found the plans for this design in "The Weekend Woodworker 101 Easy-To-Build...
  14. Christmas Gift for a little boy..

    A Christmas Gift for a little boy, our daughters new nephew.. Model T Ford Tray Back Ute.. Good mix of Aussie hardwoods and softwoods I used the basic plans from Norm Marshall Model T Ford then strengthened and personalized it.
  15. Made a Toy Truck for a mate at the local hardware's new grandson...

    Made a Toy Truck, Ford F250 Ute style, for a friend at the local hardware's new grandson… Christmas gift… My friend has always encouraged me with the vehicles I've built so returned the "goodwill".... Very simple strong design made for play!
  16. New lowboy tractor and trailer

    This Peterbilt 389 tractor and Rogers 60 ton trailer is built against a real unit driven by my best friend who is the fleet manager for Sanitary Construction in Rockaway, NJ. It is made from Cherry and Walnut has over 300 pieces and took a hundred and twenty two hours to build it has been a...
  17. Car Hauler #1

    Thanks to fellow LumberJock "Porchfish" (Don) for the package of wheels and plans! I built this one for the grandson and he's already enjoying it immensley. Tractor is Cherry for chassis, Pine for body, Bubinga for cab and Maple for bumper. Added some headlights too. I used a meal pin, .25 inch...
  18. Gear Shift Knobs

    A buddy of mine is rebuilding an old 60's chevy pickup truck. I recently saw a YouTube video about making gear shift knobs so I decide to make one for my friend. I was looking for an interesting design and stumbled upon a turned vase by Malcom J. Tibbetts and decided to emulate it. I first...
  19. Neither rain nor snow.....

    Neither rain nor snow or gloom of night. This is a project I have wanted to try for quite a while. A post office door mail truck. I received five of the small doors for Christmas and had some time so I went for it. First thing I did was download the free plans from Rockler (for $1.00). I found...
  20. DIY Christmas Truck

    This week guys I made a Christmas Truck, hauling a Christmas tree. It's made from a piece of left over 3/8" plywood, cutout on a Scroll saw. This is a easy project, and if you want to make this, I have included the pattern in pdf format, so you can make it yourself. Also for the FREE pdf files...
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