1959 Luxury Car Woodworking Plan 1959 Luxury Car Woodworking Plan Gatto Plans Tail fins introduced in 1948, reached their most dramatic height in 1959. The most flamboyant automobiles to ever reach production with its wrap-around Windshield, radical body ... 08_23 08-23 16.90 WoodworkersWorkshop
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1959 Luxury Car Woodworking Plan

08-23 - 1959 Luxury Car Woodworking Plan
Tail fins introduced in 1948, reached their most dramatic height in 1959. The most flamboyant automobiles to ever reach production with its wrap-around Windshield, radical body styling, lots of Chrome and Rocket and Bullet type lights. Plans include options for top UP or top DOWN, chrome accent inlays, multicolored seats, optional whitewalls, and plastic windshield made of household recyclable plastic. Plans also include Stand.

Finished Dimensions:
Height: 3.125 inches (7.9 cm)
Width: 12.5 inches (31.8 cm)
Depth: 4.5 inches (11.4 cm)

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