Four Hill Billy Hot Rods (4 PDF Downloads)
Four Hill Billy Hot Rods Wood Toy Plan $24.95 ($59.80 value)
Four instant PDF downloads to your computer (7 MB ea)
PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper on any computer printer.
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Instant Download PDF Files:
Four PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper.
PDF Toy Plans You'll Get:
Hill Billy Deuce Coupe ($14.95 value)
Hill Billy T-Bucket Pickup ($14.95 value)
Hill Billy T-Bucket Touring ($14.95 value)
Hill Billy T-Bucket Panel Wagon ($14.95 value)
Entire set valued at $59.80 if purchased individually!
Plan Set Description:
Deuce Coupe is 4-9/16” H x 5-7/8” W x 10-1/8” L. Trunk opens!
Pickup is 5-5/8” H x 5-7/8” W x 10-1/8” L. Top is removable!
Panel Wagon is 5-1/8” H x 5-7/8” W x 10-1/8” L. Back door opens!
Touring is 5-5/8” H x 5-7/8” W x 10-1/8” L. Top is removable!
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Build using common woodworking tools including a Scroll Saw and Hand Drill.
Common 2" wheels for the front and 2-1/2" wheels for the back can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Looks great using common wood or build with hardwoods.
About the Four Hill Billy Hot Rods PDF Plans:
All you need is the free Adobe Acrobat Reader app to view and print pages from the four PDF downloads. The Four Hill Billy Hot Rods PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper. Each PDF file includes exploded views, assembly photos and step-by-step detailed instructions. The pattern pages in the PDF files are black and white precision line to help conserve printing ink. See our section on PDF Questions for more information on how to download and print PDF files.
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I recently purchased a number of sets of plans. I bought this set because it brought back some old memories. I'm hope to be able to start working on them soon.
grant kids love them
Plans are simple and easy to follow.
Will spend many hours making these ans enjoying ever minute. Thank you.
The hours of labor and detail that went into these and all plans from John is just amazing. Haven't built the hot rods yet but am working on the free semi truck right now. Fun stuff.for little guys in the family
Will buy more of your plans as soon my workshop is ready
Very pleased! Picture graphics smooth & clear, diagrams nicely detailed.
These plans are excellent. However, all measurements listed are imperial. Two improvements if possible:
1. Please list all measurements in metric format
2. When suggestions are made about buying parts please provide possible providers, costs etc. I do not know of any sellers of wheels, axles etc in New Zealand.
I most certainly enjoy your most excellent full size plans complete with detailed drawings, quality photographs and east to follow assembly .instructions.
I believe your products are very good value for money.
All of our toy plans include the stock numbers for ordering wheels from www.craftparts.com. If you live outside the USA we recommend that you join our Toymakers Forum. We have forum members from all around the world and many post their solutions for purchasing wheels outside the USA. https://toymakingplans.com/toymakers-forum/
You ask an important question about metric dimensions. Since we're an American company, our toy plans are only available in English dimensions and not Metric. We do sell to customers all over the world and most use Metric. Our toys are designed to use millimeter materials with no adjustments required. Our pattern pages are also designed with adequate margins to print to A4 paper. Below is more info on using metric dimensions.
Our toys are designed to use millimeter materials with no adjustments required:
1/16” can use 3 millimeters thick wood
1/4” can use 6 millimeters thick wood
1/2” can use 12 millimeters thick wood
3/4” can use 18 millimeters thick wood
1” can use 24 millimeters thick wood
All of the dimensions can vary + or – 1/16” or 3 millimeters without affecting the assembly. A good online English to Metric conversion tool online can be found here: http://www.simetric.co.uk/feet_to_metres.php. What's great about this conversion tool is you can enter English fractions without having to convert the fraction to a decimal.
I'd like to also recommend you visit our Toymakers Forum. We have forum members from all around the world that uses metric tools and buy parts in countries other than the USA. We include the www.cratfparts.com stock # for purchased wheels in all our plans. The forum contains lots of toymaking tips and tricks and you can ask questions about any toy plans you're considering. If you join the Forum and ask a question you'll get expert answers from other toymakers. You can visit the forum here: https://forums.toymakingplans.com/.