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  1. TUTORIAL WALK THROUGH (Building small 2 wheel gypsy flatbed supply wagon)...as requested by member AnneO'Leary. STEP # 1: (Photo 1)...Basic parts you need to cut... 1. Card stock (2"x3") = wagon bed 2. (8) scale lumber boards = wagon bed 3. (2) scale lumber edge boards = wagon bed 4. (4) heavy scale lumber = wagon under support frame (drill for shaft) 5. (2) wagon wheels = from my parts box 6. (1) brass rod = wheel shaft 7. Assemble these items for wagon bed (Photos 2 & 3) STEP # 2: (Photo 4)... 8. Scribe planks on wagon bed...varied ways of doing...I scribe each plank with an x-acto knife for grooves & texture of rough wood 9. Add bolts to bed side rails (railroad bolts) = 5 to each side 10. Add rope tie down eyelets (brass rod/make) = 3 to each side 11. Add step ups (brass rod/make) = 1 to each side 12. Add driver seat box (scribe wood) STEP # 3: (Photo 5)... 13. Make horse harness (T) bar...parts box item modified 14. (5) eyelets to hold chain for horses 15. Cut chain to desired length & attach eyelets at proper points STEP # 4: (Photo 6)...Paint your pieces as desired (WAGON)...I paint my utility wagons by using a base coat of (Jacobean Stain/Minwax Wood Finish)...Once dry,,,I apply (Adirondack Alcohol Washes) = Ginger, Butterscotch & Sunset Orange...I dry brush with artist acrylics (sable brown, light cinnamon, desert sand). (WHEELS & T-BAR)...I paint my wheels & t-bar (Krylon = Satin Burgandy). STEP # 5: (Photos will be posted as finished product = Gypsy Wagon # 2) 16. Assemble your parts (attach (T) bar & mount wheels)...your wagon is completed 17. Add supply items as you desire
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