Scrollers will benefit from this 1913 National Clock Pattern. National was a luxury car that had a glorious, but relatively short-lived competition. The 1913 National was a pure road racer that earned its on-track record by seriously hard work. Then suddenly, in 1913, they stopped racing.
In 1913 several body styles were offered, including a sporty Speedster, a semi-racing Indy-based roadster, and a five-passenger touring car.
Build a piece of a model of American history with this old-time car clock plan.
This plan comes with 3 versions, a larger desktop size about 6 x 11 for a 2-inch clock, and smaller size, about 4 x 8 that can be made with or without a 1 7/16 inch clock insert. Wood Requirement: 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch wood for clock design base made with thicker wood than design.
Finished 1913 National Clock Pattern Specifications:
- 6 inches high x 12 inches wide with a 1 13/16 inch hole for the 2" clock insert.
- 4 inches high x 8 inches wide with a 1 3/8 inch hole for the 1 7/16 " clock insert.
- 4 inches high x 8 inches wide without a clock insert.
This scroll saw pattern is full size. You will receive the plan printed on paper. We recommend that you make a copy to scroll saw out and use the original for reference.