Build a Buckboard Wagon 1890

JGDURAND

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Good morning all.
With the confinement I am finishing an 1890 wooden buckboard of cheese box in Fn3, I still have work.
To your comments

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Paul M

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Wow? Is that a kit or scratch built?
 
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It is a model in 20.3 entirely handmade with the wood surrounding the cheese box, it is not entirely finished, there are a few small bits and pieces .
To be continued
 
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It is a model in 20.3 entirely handmade with the wood surrounding the cheese box, it is not entirely finished, there are a few small bits and pieces .
To be continued
:clap::clap::clap:...........:clap::clap::clap:
 
JGDURAND

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thank you all for your encouragements
 
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In order to better see the details, I present my model to you in a more "artistic" way.
To your comments

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Paul M

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Fantastic?
 
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What a great hobby this is. It's amazing what directions it can take us. Why, it's even better than stamp collecting. !!!!!!!!!

Nice work, JGD- I'd like your instructions for miniature wheelwrighting.
 
JGDURAND

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Thank you for your comments.
John, this is how I made my wheels: For the rear, 3 strips glued successively on a 60mm diameter PVC tube and for the front on a large plastic canister cap, the hub was turned with my drill, in 10mm rounds of wood, the spokes are toothpicks. Some pictures hoping that it can be useful
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John Le Forestier

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Thanks for the tips, JGD. You make it look so easy.
You've inspired me.
 
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Brilliant job Sir, Great way to do the wheels and the whole model is Fantastic
Thanks for sharing
 
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Preparation of horse harnessing with evergreen bands. Be forgiving, I am not a specialist in this matter

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Looks good to me