Dimensions: car: 10 inches long x 5 3/4 inches deep x 5 3/4 inches high.
Display base: 16 3/4 inches long x 10 3/4 inches deep.
Lamp post 11 inches high.
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Steam Fire Engine woodworking plans - Right after Horse drawn fire machines. A handsome 1870s vintage fire truck inspired by the Amoskeag Companys self powered firefighting apparatus. Its from an ...
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This booklet provides details on the Early Construction Machines. This is an information booklet only, that you can download for free. The plans are listed separately in the store.
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