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An exciting variety of twenty five vehicles, a little plump and a little tough. All are in one woodworking plan package.

A great value even if only making a few of the wood vehicles. They are just the right size for little hands.

The collection includes four cars, four planes, four boats, four trucks and four military vehicles.

Included as a bonus, a five car circus train with ceramic magnet coupling and Neodymium magnets to hold the animals in place.

The full size patterns can be scaled to make the vehicles in other sizes.

A jet liner, a fighter jet, helicopter, bi-plane, Model A Ford with a working rumble seat (see images), Formula One race car, convertible with a movable top (see images), Duesenberg, tug boat, ocean liner, battleship, a tall ship schooner, army tank with adjustable turret, army truck, Humvee, Jeep, tow truck with a working hook and derrick, fire truck, dump truck with a lifting bed and swinging tail gate, log truck, and a five car circus train set with animals.

Each vehicle is a huge hit with youngsters. The wheeled vehicles use commercial, easy-to-add, standard or tread wheels and axle pins. Woodworking tips and finishing ideas included. Both hardwood and painted versions shown. For a novice to intermediate woodworker, depending on which projects are to be built. Our 11” x 17” plans take little workbench space. The copyrights allow making a photocopy of the full size patterns. Trim out the patterns, apply spray adhesive (or Scroll Saw Stick n Relase Tape) on the backs and place on stock prepared to the thickness noted on the pattern. You get accurate parts and no tracing.

They look great painted too!

Forest Street Designs, since 1971, are inspired from everyday and historic objects and from the places they have visited across the world. An extensive effort is made designing and publishing each plan’s graphics and text. Often several prototypes are developed to verify accuracy. Most patterns are full size.