Height: 60 inches (152.4 cm)
Width: 36 inches (91.4 cm)
Depth: 16.5 inches (41.9 cm)
Plan Size: 1 page(s)
Published Date: 1998
Plan Language: English, all measurements are inches/feet unless stated otherwise.
Wood and/or Supplies needed: A materials list is provided in the plan.
Includes detailed diagrams:
Condition of this NYW plan: This is a woodworking plan we purchased in a wholesale lot. Excellent condition, new in package. Plan is printed on one sheet of 18 x 24-1/2 inch recycled paper. Standard measurements only (inches). Sorry, the designer does not produce a downloadable version of this plan.
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This is a vintage plan. We classify a plan as vintage based on two primary conditions; 1. its at least 20 years old and/or 2. the company that produced the plan is no longer in existence. Vintage plans were typically printed many years ago, thus, they may not contain the same amount of detail as found in plans produced today and they may refer to hardware and terminology not currently in use today. The copy you see here is one that we acquired through the purchase of wholesale lots of woodworking plans from individuals, estate sales or inventory buy outs of companies no longer in business. We have inspected the plan to make sure its condition is suitable for sale. The price reflects its condition. Pictures we use are either ones directly from the plan, or from images we found online. Please see the larger image slideshow to see pictures (if available) of the item you will receive. This plan may reference hardware parts that are no longer available so please be flexible in your building process. We do not have sources for out-of-date parts unless otherwise stated in the description above.
Just finished building using this plan. great instructions.
Submitted by: Kevin on 02/19/2016 05:18:16 PM
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