Height: 32.75 inches (83.2 cm)
Width: 65 inches (165.1 cm)
Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2014
Plan Language: English
Wood and/or Supplies needed: Tracing paper recommended.
Tools needed: Jigsaw and other common workshop tools
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