John Deere B from Toys and Joys

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This was my third project from T & J. And again it took more time than I thought. A lot of little stuff, but fun to do.

I also made a picture from the tractors with two scandinavian deers on it (sorry Mike I did not have an Norwegian ;).

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All I can say is, “WOW!!!!”

Fantastic work. May I ask how you made the rear tires? I’m intrigued.

Keith “Shin” Schindler

Keith "Shin" Schindler

These are just lovely. Very well done, great attention to detail.

CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

beautiful work. There is so much great detail.

Nice! They look like fun projects.
Not sure what you have into them but they look like they would take a while to build. Lots of detail and very clean. Well done

Angellos

This old farm boy likes those A LOT!!! Only thing I see wrong is that I’m a farmall guy…. haha.

Seriously, you did a great job.

RFloydWright

Excellent! the level of detail is incredible.

Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

Well I know that I’m going to sound like a broken record here but the level of detail in these is simply fantastic! Very well done!

Dave

Really impressive……I can’t imagine the hours it took….I am from Iowa….my Mom worked for John Deere in the 50’s….people are John Deere crazy here, they have week long John Deere tractor rides, and festivals galore…….. those would sell for a ton here.
Mike

Mike

Just incredible. I’ve seen the tools listed above but, Let me ask … what scale of woodworking equipment are you using to get such detail?

Jeff Vandenberg aka "Woodsconsin"

Jeff,

When it is really small stuff I always starting making it much to big and than sand it on a large 20" disksander, with 80 grid paper. Sometimes I use a (please let me know the english word)

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So detailed, amazing!

steve66

Amazing build and outstanding detail.

woodworking classes, custom furniture maker

Still looks good after 8 years.

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

Amazing build.

Main Street to the Mountains

your models are always amazing with the detail you give them.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

From a "Ford family" but still love this model.  All the details are so amazing.  
 Dutchy
 commented almost 8 years ago
Jeff,

When it is really small stuff I always starting making it much to big and than sand it on a large 20" disksander, with 80 grid paper. Sometimes I use a (please let me know the english word)

If I knew what "laat me alsjeblieft het Engelse woord weten" meant, I'd say picture of a "long nosed pliers" with a red handle on a white background... nudge, nudge,😉,😉, say no more!

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

In the mean time Ducky, this contribution was long ago, I know it, it's a plier. We call it a tang. And a very annoying/mean/awful woman we also call a tang. Speaks for itself anyway.

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