Wooden Toy Truck Martin Motors Antique Car Carrier Build Part 12 Testin The Fit

Test fitting the parts for a wooden toy car carrier truck.
Test fitting the parts for a wooden toy car carrier truck.

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After the first coat of shellac is cured, I lightly sand it to remove the fuzzies stiffened by the shellac. I prefer to use the red 3M Scotch Brite pads for this. It gets into tight places easily and lasts a long time. This process repeats until I am happy with the finish. The photo is a test fit to make sure everything fits like it should. If I had a large enough piece of clear wood, I would have cut all the pieces at the same time like I would a puzzle, ensuring that the pieces would fit. For this project, I am using wood I have on hand. When cutting individually, I must be very careful to follow the lines.

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