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Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Conestoga Wagon

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Product Information:

Build it yourself with help from this paper plan!

Build your own Conestoga Wagon for play or display!  Working wagon makes great toy box or conversation piece.



Actual size plans are provided for each piece including detailed instructions for such things as the wheels.  Plus a full list of materials will insure that your own wagon comes out great. 




  • Size: 19" W x 36" L x 25" H

  • Overall Length with tow bar: 60"
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

     

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    5.0

    Great plans

    By  coloborn

    from ks

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    Comments about Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Conestoga Wagon :

    great detail pictures

     
    5.0

    Perfect Product shipping OK OK +++++++

    By  grisuzone

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    Construction plans EXCELLENT product Council

     
    4.0

    Something Different

    By  Rod

    from Mount Vernon, MO

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    • Easy To Follow
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    Comments about Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Conestoga Wagon :

    I built the Toybox wagon earlier this year. A friend saw it and wanted a Connestoga Wagon built like the toybox wagon. I morphed the two plans together to come up with this wagon. Took the parts of the Connestoga she wanted and added the parts of the Toybox wagon she wanted. Hardest part was making the wheels. What I ended up with is a Connestoga wagon with a bench seat. She has it displayed in her yard set behing two Clydesdale horses she purchased. I enjoyed this project very much.

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