Monday, September 5, 2016

1951 Ford F1 Pickup Scroll Saw Pattern.

I received a lot of feedback from yesterdays 1957 Chevy pattern. I thought I would continue a theme and do another vehicle I like. A 1951 Ford F1 Pickup.

I did receive several emails asking if I had a certain make and model pattern available. Keep in mind that these patterns are designed the day I post them. I don't have any patterns held back that I have not posted. I don't mind taking requests but there are more cars and trucks than I could ever design.

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