Woody Wagon & Trailer + 1957 Yellowstone Camper Wood Toy Plans (2 PDF Downloads)
Woody Wagon & Trailer + 1957 Yellowstone Camper $24.95 (Reg. $33.90)
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PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper on any computer printer.
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Two PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper.
PDF Toy Plans You'll Get:
Scroll Saw Magic 1957 Yellowstone Camper ($16.95 value)
Scroll Saw Magic Woody Wagon & Trailer ($16.95 value)
Entire set $33.90 if purchased individually!
Plan Set Description:
Woody Wagon with Teardrop Trailer is 20" L x 7" T x 4-1/2" W. Teardrop Trailer lid opens!
Yellowstone Camp Trailer with Trail Wagon is 20" L x 6-5/8" T x 5-5/8" W. Door in Camp Trailer opens with furniture inside and Trail Wagon Tailgate opens!
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Detailed exploded views, and plan views for easy assembly.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Build using common woodworking tools including a scroll saw and hand drill.
Common 2-1/4" diameter wheels can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Looks great using common wood or build with hardwoods.
About the Woody Wagon & Trailer + 1957 Yellowstone Camper PDF Plans:
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Both of these classic wood models were a "hoot" to build. The instructions were clear and easy to follow. Only tool I used was a scrollsaw. I was very pleased with the results of few hours of fun. The only regret is that I wish there were more different models to build.
Only thought would be that the tongue on the trailer be a little longer to be able to make sharper turns. This on the '57 yellowstone camper. I have not built the woody combo yet