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How to prevent body rust

AZ73

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Now you just have to worry about termites
 

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fordfan

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Yes.. The Cherrywood Bronco is a woodworkers nightmare or dream, I'm not sure! One thing I'm always noticed is that it is uncut! ...It's actually a LUBR! but it's really cut, sawed, planed, screwed, glued, sanded, and clear coated. It is amazingly accurate except for the doors and the grille!
 

CopperRanger

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That thing is very cool. The picture was taken at Jeff's Bronco Graveyard a few years back at the spring "Broncorama". I got to see it in person and admire the fine woodworking.
 

TN1776

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I can't imagine the patience it took to build that - its been circling the forums for a while now. To really top it off, it should be towing a vintage wooden Chris Craft.
 
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