Why reinvent the wheel when we made it so simple?
|I enjoyed the easy-to-follow plans which resulted in really sturdy toys so much, that I just could not stop.
When the truck was treated to adhesive-backed weather sealing strip for tires, it did
make it a bit less of an outdoor toy, but to my mind it just looks so good.
The dozer benefited from a discarded cam belt to act as tracks.
Hennie from Naboomspruit in South Africa
|Dave Shearer from Hull in the United Kingdom said:
Hi Peter, You should be very proud of your work, the plans are very easy to follow.
Thank you Dave!
Peter, Aschi’s Workshop
|Graham from Perth sent this as an email . . .
Love your plans mate!
(Thanks Graham, we are really glad you like them! Aschi )
|Frank Murphy's Comments: It's very refreshing to see such an "Active" woodworking web site ,It seems all to often I come across so many abandoned woodworking sites that have not been updated in quite some time.It seems there's always something worth coming back to take a look at here.|
|Colin Filmer from Zimbabwe was kind enough to forward us pictures of some of his models and his Grandson enjoying these very personal gifts.|
|A letter and pictures from Eduardo
Aceves in Mexico
John and Daniel playing with the toys, Grandpa Peter made.
|Models made by
Chips Comments : Ashi's workshop plans were fun to make and the plans were easy to follow and I look forward to seeing his new ideas"
|Joe Merickel's Old English Truck
Comments: I really enjoyed making this model,It sure is one neat truck.
|Free Dozer as built by Jerry
The Steering Wheel adds a nice touch
|Special thanks to Cobus Holtzkampf from Louis Trichardt , South Africa for these nice pics.|
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