1925 Model T Ford Truck Woodworking Plan
1925 Ford Model T Truck woodworking plan
15″ long x x 6″ wide x 5 3/4″ high Display base: 21 1/2″ long x 11 1/4″ deep
The Ford Model T Truck was a work horse in early automotive history. The Ford truck plan is for intermediate to advanced woodworkers. 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 patterns to wood with a spray adhesive for accurate cutting. There are many options including adding details inside the cab. Install a steering wheel, hand brake, accelerator, foot controls and a dash with dials. The seats can have a criss-cross quilted look. Some lathe work is required on some features including the wheels. Many early trucks came from the factory with heavy duty rear wheels. This plan outlines building both front and the larger heavy duty rear style wheels. The wheels are detailed with spokes and lug nuts that are outlined in detail with drawings and photographs. Additional features can be added to the underside of the pickup. Optional commercial wood wheels could be purchased. More options include building a gas pump from the 1920s and make a crate for cargo and a wood tool box. Their are over 150 photographs, drawings and full size patterns. The plan includes adding the display base and a description plaque. The plans are detailed on five, 11″ x 17″ sheets (both sides). A parts list is included. Not for children to play with but as a display piece. Nearly every part is wood except for two screws to secure the pickup to the display board and tiny brads for lug nuts in the wheels (see front and back wheel images). Fast shipping. We have been selling woodworking plans worldwide since 1971.