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Derek Lane26/08/2017 17:04:36
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I have not posted much in the way of any woodworking/woodturning as I have been occupied with this little build. I do not keep a record of how long it takes but all I do know is that there are a load of bits that required making some on the small size.
The finished model measures 19 1/2" long 7 1/2" wide and 7" tall.
Made from loads of different wood out of the scrap box the most expensive outlay was the two cans of finish and not counting time.

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Robin Buckland 326/08/2017 17:58:17
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Hello Derek,

Your M3 looks a real treat. thumbs up I am a military vehicle fan though not a woodworker and this looks marvellous. Can I ask how you went about the curved front mudguards?

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Derek Lane26/08/2017 18:00:25
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Posted by Robin Buckland 3 on 26/08/2017 17:58:17:

Hello Derek,

Your M3 looks a real treat. thumbs up I am a military vehicle fan though not a woodworker and this looks marvellous. Can I ask how you went about the curved front mudguards?

Robin smile

 

 

Thank you Robin

They are from a solid piece of wood and cut on a scrollsaw and then sanded on a drum sander.

Edited By Derek Lane on 26/08/2017 18:00:53

Robin Buckland 326/08/2017 19:12:20
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Thanks Derek. thumbs up

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David A. Moody28/09/2017 14:40:54
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Very, very nice. Well done!

Peter Farnell10/11/2017 19:18:04
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You've got too much time on your hands!!

Seriously - It's brilliant!

CHeers,

Peter

Derek Lane10/11/2017 21:38:17
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Thank you Peter. Due to packing up work for health reasons I need something to keep me busy this is one of many that I have made the last being the Australian Prime mover which was in the woodworker magazine

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