Steam Fire Engine Woodworking Plan
A Stylish 1870’s vintage fire truck inspired by the Amoskeag Company’s self powered firefighting apparatus. It’s from an era after horse drawn wagons and before gasoline engines. A chain drive from the steam pump turned the rear wheels, as slow as they were, when heading to a fire. Our plan features working steering, toolboxes, lanterns and adding a drive chain. Full size patterns are included for the display base and text for the description plaque. A copy of an original maintenance checklist for early fire engines is included. Requires lathe work. Multiple colored hardwoods are shown in the image. A classic display piece for home, office or at the fire station. The vehicle is 12″ long x 6″ wide” x 7″ high. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers. Our 11″ x 17″ plans take little workbench space. The copyrights allow making a photocopy of the full size patterns. Trim out the patterns, apply spray adhesive on the backs and place on stock prepared to the thickness noted on the pattern. You get accurate parts and no tracing. We mail fast, usually within one business day. A woodworking plan for intermediate woodworker.