The Stanley Steamer was invented by twins, Francis and Freelan Stanley building early steam engines practical for auto use. There early steam motor only had 13 moving parts. It was powerful and fast, popular with the wealthy. But it took 20 minutes to fire up the engine. Soon the advancements of Ford and others with internal combustion engines took over. Thus the life of Steam power for cars came to an end. Today it is one of the most cherished among car restorers. Our woodworking plans package for intermediate to advance woodworkers, comes with full size patterns and over one hundred drawings and photographs to assist in producing a wood likeness. Make full size copies of the patterns, spray the backs with an adhesive and attach to wood that has been prepared to the suggested thickness. The plan includes instructions for building the service station island complete with a water pump, an oak bucket and filling hose. Multiple colours of hardwoods shown. Car: 12 inches long, 6 inches wide, 6 inches high. Base: 20 inches wide x 13 inches deep.
Woodworking patterns distributed and produced by WoodworkersWorkshop®. This independent designer offers full size drawings on 17x11 inch sheets of paper. All measurements are in inches. Having said that, ALWAYS refer to the measurements for accuracy. Proven designs, fully detailed instructions and painting guides provided. Not all parts are full size given the limitation of the paper it is printed on. If you have any quesitons concerning this, contact us first. This plan is not available as a download.
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Stanley Steamer Antique Automobile Woodworking Plan. - Paper plan
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Duesenberg woodworking plans - Elegant Auto from last century. A distinctive automobile highly favored by the well-to-do in the 1920s and 30s. Designed by a German immigrant to the US. The sleek ...
Following three other popular vehicle woodworking plans, we introduce the 1910 Model T Ford plan. It is one of the most recognized vehicles in automotive history. The Tin Lizzy as it was known, was manufactured in the millions early in the 1900s and changed life in America.
After the success of three previous Ford automobile wood projects, we introduce our fourth. It was Henry Ford’s first car.
The Stutz Bearcat was a favoured status symbol in early automotive history. It began production in 1921 and quickly gained attention with a 360 cubic inch, 4 cylinder L head engine and 60 horsepower. It won significant auto races during this era.
The Ford Depot Hack was developed to carry passengers and their luggage to and from train stations. Station wagons evolved from these vehicles.
The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost was legendary and almost certainly the most majestic car of that era.
Making a wood replica of the 1927 Mercedes Benz Sport Wagon is described in a woodworking plan. A lot of images, text, and drawings show how to create the product out of wood. The authentic spoked wheels that were typical on automobiles of this era are created ...
This is not a wooden toy. It should be put on display in a secure area. Full-size patterns, close-up images, text, and illustrations. This car's construction is almost entirely made of wood. Some metal is employed, including small link chain for the drive system, ...
The Stanley Steamer was invented by twins, Francis and Freelan Stanley, building early steam engines practical for auto use. Their early steam motor only had 13 moving parts.
Car created from a woodworking plan: a 1911 Pierce Arrow. For woodworkers who are intermediate to advanced. a lathe is needed. Not meant for kiddie play, but rather as a decorative object. Full-size patterns, close-up images, text, and illustrations.
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