1930 Model A Ford Woodworking Plan
13″ long x 5 3/4″ high x ” wide Base: 18″ long x 11 1/4″ deep
This is a woodworking plan for the popular 1930 Ford Model A car with a working rumble seat and a trunk at the rear. It follows our enormously popular Duesenberg woodworking plan. The Ford plan is for intermediate to advanced woodworkers. Some lathe work required though turned parts could be replaced with more basic purchased parts. The patterns and description are detailed with ten, 11″ x 17″ sheets with over 125 photos, drawings, patterns and text. Patterns are all full size. Just make pattern copies, cut out and adhere to stock for cutting. Fine detail throughout including realistic wheels with 30 spokes in each wheel. Not for children’s play but to display in an office or on a mantel at home. Included are two license plate photos, a tiny Ford logo photo, patterns for seats in the cab and under the rumble seat door, a basic dash and steering wheel. Extra wheels can be made for fender wells or add one over the rear bumper. Nearly every part is wood except for two screws to secure the auto to the display board and tiny brads for lug nuts in the wheels (see wheel image). The display board features a description plaque in front and a “Route 66” sign using a real sign image from the famous Southwest US roadway. Many options throughout. Throw some extra gas in the back, crank up the engine and hop aboard. We’ll see if we can get up to 55 mph.