1910 Model T Ford woodworking plan


1930 Model A Ford Automobile woodworking plan  not a wood toy,  Full size patterns and detail photos, text and drawings


Base: 17 1/2″ long x 10 1/2″ deep      Car: 11″ long x 5 1/2″ deep x 6″ high

The 1910 Model T Ford is one of the most recognized vehicles in automotive history.  The “Tin Lizzy” as it was known, was manufactured in the millions early in the 1900s and changed life in America.   Included in the plan are full size images of each part that can be copied on an 11″ x 17″ copy machine then the patterns can be trimmed out thus preserving the original pages for reference.  Attach the pattern copies to wood with a spray adhesive for accurate cutting.   Many photos are included.  There are options including adding details inside the cab.  Install a steering wheel, hand brake, accelerator, foot controls and a dash with dials.  Cut a criss-cross quilting appearance in the bench seat. Plans are included for making a display base and a vintage stop light.2Some lathe work is required on some features including the wheels.  Optional basic metal wheels could be used.  Sources for needed material is included.  If desired,  features can be added or simplified. With some modification, the project can be increased or decreased in size. Only basic shop tools are needed.  Like original Model T Fords, brass-like appointments can be added.  The plan includes images of an early license plate, a dash gauge, stop sign arm, a description plaque for the base and a Ford logo for the radiator.  Over 150 photographs, drawings and full size patterns.  Nearly every part is wood except for two screws to secure the pickup to the display board, tiny brads for lug nuts in the wheels and wire for optional features.  Fast shipping.  The plan is for intermediate to advanced woodworkers.  Not for children’s but use as a display piece.  We have been selling woodworking plans worldwide since 1971.