Saturday, December 16, 2017

Some Thoughts on Wooden Wheels


The following are some thoughts that came to mind while watching the video included at the end of this post.  I've made hundreds maybe thousands of wheels using the hole saw method. It works, and it can work well, but as with anything, there are pluses and minuses.


I would never use vegetable oil to finish anything. Vegetable oil can and will eventually go rancid and can mold. If you want to use an oil and beeswax finish, use mineral oil. Mineral oil will not spoil.


Wheels should have spacers between the wheel and the body. I use nylon washers, but metal washers will work. If you do not use spacers, the wheels will rub against the body. Not only will this remove the finish and eventually wear into the wood but the additional friction increases the rolling resistance. Sometimes to the point where the wheels slide instead of turning.


Always dry fit you axle pegs with the wheels if they are too tight or too long and you don't know this before you add glue, you could ruin the toy. Once you start inserting the peg with glue on it, there is very little chance of getting it back out without damaging something. I've had to cut wheels off, drill out the dowel, plug the hole and drill a new axle hole. That is where I learned about how important it is to dry fit.

Remember that wood expands and contracts with changes in humidity. Your holes might be slightly larger or smaller than when you drilled them two weeks ago.


1/4 inch dowels may not fit in 1/4 inch holes. They probably will not fit.


Round dowels are not round. When measuring dowels with your calipers, measure in several locations. You will probably discover that your 1/4 inch dowel is only approximately 1/4 inch.


Wood glue causes the wood to expand slightly. If it is a tight fit and you have to force it in dry its going to be even tighter when glue is applied.


If the excess glue has no place to go, it can split the wood or come out someplace you did not expect. I have used hammers and various clamps and vices to force and axle peg into place. It doesn't always work

If the parts fit as they should, you don't need much glue. I always get too much.


I don't like driving pegs in with a mallet or hammer. You have more control using a clamp or vice padded of course. Less chance of breaking something too.


When sanding the wheels on a drill press be sure to sand lightly on the edges or your wheels will be out of round as the sandpaper will cut slower on the end grain. Use a jig and a sanding belt or disk to get near perfect wheels.


Flat sawn wheels may not stay round and might warp, cup, or twist. Wood does not expand the same amount across the grain as it does with the grain. It is good to let the wheels sit for a while before using them. They are usually OK but, It would not be good to have a wheel shaped like a potato chip after it sits around for a few days.


So my wheels would all be the same size and at least start round I always used a jig with a stop to sand the edges of the wheels. Using this method I can make a hundred wheels and have them all come out the same size. Using a jig like this and a belt sander with 60 grit sandpaper you can drill a hole in a piece of wood, mount it on the jig and sand it round. If you do this indoors, you better have an outstanding dust collection.

Wooden Toy Wheels for Model A Norm Marshal
Wooden Toy Wheels for Model A Norm Marshal

Wooden Toy Wheels Steering Wheels for a Norm Marshal Model A Toy Car
Wooden Toy Wheels Steering Wheels for a Norm Marshal Model A Toy Car

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Etsy Listing - Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Not one but three wooden toy cars this time. I'm slowly weaning my way off the one of a kind having fun experimenting thing. It's just not productive in a production environment make toys this way. If I want to ever get enough stock on hand to take to a show I need to make a lot of toys in a wider range. 

I recently had a custom order for for the 32 Sedan Hot Rod with this color scheme. Since some one actually requested this instead of buying one of the cars that was already in the store I though there might be some demand for this color combination and I like it. So we get three baby blue 27 T Coupe Hot Rods and only one listing.

I made the bodies out of pine and and hand brushed all the acrylic paint and shellac. The body was sanded smooth but no other attempt was made to hide the wood grain. The person I did the custom order for wanted to see the wood grain. I've had other parents tell me that they like the wood grain showing.

I like the amber shellac on the wheels. I think it looks great and it is very easy to apply. If tried acrylic black paint on the wheels. The flat black just looks wrong and where I've tried clear coating over the flat black I get results I don't like much. It also increases the number of steps required to finish the wheels. Shellac is pretty much a one step process. I've painted some wheels colors probably will do it again for some special cases, However, I think shellac is going to be my go to color for wheels. 

I recently sold a Play Pal Bat Car with red wheels that I originally wasn't going to put in the store. I though some one might by it. To my surprise it sold in about two weeks after being posted. It was just the opposite the body was amber shellac and the wheels were painted.

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine


Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Baby Blue - Amber Shellac - Black - Pine

Monday, December 11, 2017

Etsy Listing - Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

The second pine wooden toy hot rod finished with satin polyurethane. Polyurethane really is a great finish for toys as well as furniture. Wood furniture such as a table where you expect there to be a lot of wear and abrasion will generally be finished with polyurethane. This is especially true if the furniture is made in a small home workshop. you can get quite good results using brushes or wiping it on with a lint free cloth. Sounds exactly like the finish you need for toys doesn't it.

This is the second car I made with this color scheme. I made thes mainly to see what they would look like. Very nicely they turned out I think. What do you think?

One of the things I really like about the polyurethane is that the more coats I put on it sanding with finer grits in between the smoother it gets until at some point it just becomes butter smooth to the touch.


Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1927 Ford Coupe - Model-T - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine




Etsy Listing - Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Polyurethane - Pine

This wooden toy car is finished with satin finish polyethylene. It's tough, durable and water resistant. It stands that th the wear and tear that children can dish out (little boys) better than anything I have found.

I like wood and I like the look of wood. Polyurethane does not hide the wood. In fack (my opinion) it enhances the look of the wood without covering it up.

Ok, so why not use polyurethane for everything?

There a a few reasons for not using polyurethane everywhere.


  • It takes a lot longer to apply.
  • The solvent is mineral spirits not water.
  • Brush cleanup is more difficult.
  • No colors.
  • Long cure times.
  • You need to sand between coats. I would usually do this with anyny finish at least after the coat, Having to sand makes fixing minor finish flaws a bit more difficult. 
  • Fumes - I really don't want to breath a lot of anything that mentions brain damage on the label.
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine 
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine


Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine



Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Hot Rod Freaky Ford - 1932 Ford Sedan - Satin Polyurethane - Amber Shellac - Purple - Black - Pine

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Do you need a lot of clamps to make wooden toys?

If you are planning to make only one toy at a time and you don't mind waiting for glue to dry you might not need many clamps. There are some toys that don't require any clamps at all. Play Pals for example.

Wooden Toy Car - Play Pal - VW Bug - Amber Shellac - Blue - Pine
Wooden Toy Car - Play Pal - VW Bug - Amber Shellac - Blue - Pine

However, if you plan on making anything more complcated than cut outs with wheels youare going to need clamps.

Ofcourse you can make clamps.  For common things this is hardly worth the effort when you can buy F clamps a Harbor Freight for $3.  Harbor Freight clamps are not the best but they get the job done and if you break one they will replace it. Check them thouroughly while you are ion the store.

Harbor Freight 6 in. Quick Release Bar Clamp
Wooden Toy Car - Play Pal - VW Bug - Amber Shellac - Blue - Pine

When making toys that require thicker stock to be glued up you need a lot of clamps. A small block of wood with only two layers can require as six clamps to hold it in place until the glue dries. Plus a couple of more to hold things aligned while you get the main clamps in place.

Below is a photo of a recent glue up I did for five truck bodies and ten cars. I used up almost every F clamp I had.

Gluing Up Handmade Wooden Toys RequiresLots of Clamps
Gluing Up Handmade Wooden Toys RequiresLots of Clamps

To answer the question. Yes you need lots of clamps to make toys just like any other wood working.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Wooden Toy Helicopter (WOP WOP) for Odin

My grandson Odin had a thing for helicopters for awhile.  He called them "Wop Wops". How hard could it be  to make a helicopter for a little boy. I sketched a helicopter body on a board and started cutting and drilling. The only hard hard was was making the rotors. I created several rotor patterns on paper before I got the proportions right.

I cut the body from a piece of spruce I had left over from a long ago project. The rotors are made fom some thin hardwood I already had so no resawing was required. I tend to keep every piece of wood the looks big enough to be useful. I was a bit skeptical about the strength of the rotors, but he has been playing with it for two years and they are still intact. I don't know how but he did manage to get the peg out of the top rotor. This was an easy repair.

The paint is all acrylic craft paint some of which I have had for years. Three coats of red, two coats of black, and lot of coats of yellow. If I had it to do again I would have put on a base coat of white but eve without it the colors looked good.

The little helicopter came out so well that I made a template from it in case I want to make some more.

After two years of use it barely shows some wear.


Wooden Toy Helicopter aka 'Wop Wop'
Wooden Toy Helicopter aka 'Wop Wop'

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Bad Bob's Custom Motors Coming Soon

These wer designed for me by John Lewman over at toymakingplans.com. Soon as I ca clear my bench of the current projects and get some spked wheels I'm going to start work on these.


Wooden Toy Car Bad Bob Custom Motors Model-T
Wooden Toy Car Bad Bob Custom Motors Model-T
Wooden Toy Car Bad Bob Custom Motors Model-T
Wooden Toy Car Bad Bob Custom Motors Model-T

Wheels, Wheels, and More Wheels

If you are going to make toys you are going to use a lot of wheels. The last time I bought wheels I ordered about 1600  wooden wheels. Sounds like a lot but keep in mind that one of my little tractor trailer rigs has 18 wheels. 500 hundred wheels make 27 trucks with a few extras.

After that last order I've taken to storing wheels in the large jars that nuts and other things come in.  I did this after I received an order of a 1000 wheels that all came in one big bag. Previous to this they were all in bags of 100. Once you open the bag you have to do something with the wheels.  The jars are cheap as in practically free.  They are quite sturdy and sit nicely on a shelf.

Using the set up pictured below I can finish wheels continuously provided the weather cooperates. If the relative humidity is below 50% shellac drys very fast. The first wheel in the rack will be dry long before I drop one into the last hole.

Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 On the Drying Rack
20171201_122332_HDR Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 On the Drying Rack

Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 Shellaced and in the Jar
Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 Shellaced and in the Jar
Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT125 Shellaced and in the Jar
Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT125 Shellaced and in the Jar
Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 Unfinished
Wooden Toy Car Wheels TWT150 Unfinished

Ken Martin's Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck

Another Ken Martin's handmade wooden toys. It was redesigned from what was originally a car carrier puzzle truck.

The letters in the blocks were made by cutting off the top of the block then cutting out the letter with a scroll saw. The cut surface was painted and the block was glued back together.

This is a simple design the could be easily modified to accommodate names of just about any length.

You can read Ken's original post here.


Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer
Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer

Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer
Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer

Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer
Handmade Wooden Toy Puzzle Truck - Tractor Trailer


Friday, December 1, 2017

Etsy Listing - Handmade Wooden Toy Play Pal Monster Truck With Pink Hubs

I met a nice woman that worked in the Home Depot paint department who really got excited about my toys. I told her about my problem finding pink paint for my toys. Not just any pink but some really hot pink. She assured me that she could mix me up a batch. So the next time I was in the store and found her in the paint department I let her have a go at it. I think the result speaks for itself. 

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine

Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine
Handmade Wooden Toy - Play Pal - Monster Truck - Pink Hubs - Amber Shellac - Pine




Wooden Toy Model T by Ken Martin

As far as I know there is no pattern available for these but they should be fairly easy to duplicate. I think I need to make some of these.



Yellow Handmade Wooden Toy Model T With Spoke Wheels
Yellow Handmade Wooden Toy Model T With Spoke Wheels

Yellow Handmade Wooden Toy Model T With Spoke Wheels
Yellow Handmade Wooden Toy Model T With Spoke Wheels