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    Well the money box is all finished but you will have to wait until tomorrow for pictures as it got too dark where I have my photo set up.


    Now you can all try out a new button

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    Thought I would be the first one to answer your request.

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    Well the last pictures of the Model T money box by the time I put these up it is packed away and wrapped for Father Christmas.

    Hope you all enjoyed the build, not sure what I will be making next. Still need to make some tea light holders then the presents are complete well at least for another year





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    Looks great dalboy and your spoked wheels look right on the money for the bank truck

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    G'Day Derek, That is an excellent hand made wooden toy with an extra purpose - love it, sir..
    Why would anyone want to buy a store bought lock mechanism when we have your example here.....
    Thank you for all the extra time and effort to take all the WIP photos & write up the build motes, especially appreciated at Christmas time when your toy shop is as busy as Santa's but without all his hassles & stress [Christmas tree ones]....
    Happy Christmas good friend, Cheers, Peter

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    Thank you guys much appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by crowie View Post
    G'Day Derek, That is an excellent hand made wooden toy with an extra purpose - love it, sir..
    Why would anyone want to buy a store bought lock mechanism when we have your example here.....
    Thank you for all the extra time and effort to take all the WIP photos & write up the build motes, especially appreciated at Christmas time when your toy shop is as busy as Santa's but without all his hassles & stress [Christmas tree ones]....
    Happy Christmas good friend, Cheers, Peter
    Glad you enjoyed it Peter but I did have santa's little helper in the shed.

    And Merry Christmas to you as well have a good one

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    That's absolutely beautiful Derek - Well Done. Thanks for your WIP photos

    Regards

    Keith

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