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Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics Wood Toy Plans (PDF Download)

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  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
  • Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics (PDF Download) Wood Toy Plans
$12.95

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Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics $12.95
Instant PDF download to your computer (5 MB)
PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper on any computer printer.

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PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper.

Plan Set Description:
Perfect for crafts shows and simple to build.
Fire Department, Roadster, Emergency and Coupe Vehicles.

Each Classic Car is 5-5/8" L x 3-5/8" T x 2-1/2" W.
Terrific educational learning toy. Builds cognitive skills.
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.

Required Tools & Supplies:
Build using only a scroll saw and hand drill.
Common 1-1/2" wheels can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Looks great using common wood or build with hardwoods.
Sandpaper and non-toxic stains or paints to finish.

About the Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics PDF Plans:
All you need is the free Adobe Acrobat Reader app to view and print pages from the PDF download. The Martin Motors Crafts Show Classics PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper. The PDF file includes full-size patterns, exploded views, assembly photos and step-by-step detailed instructions. The pattern pages in the PDF file 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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1 Review

  • 5
    Great set of vehicles

    Posted by Robert Fredrick on Oct 9th 2020

    I recently made up two sets of these vehicles- - one in oak and another in poplar. I stained the oak vehicles and painted the poplar set. They were easy and fun to make and I recently listed them on one of my web sites. With the holiday season coming up, I expect to make and sell a number of these sets.

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