The Old West was a time of exploration and adventure, and the stagecoach was a key part of that. These sturdy vehicles helped to link the eastern cities with the western frontier, delivering express mail, gold, goods, and passengers.
They played a major role in our nation's history, crossing the Great Divide and carting various goods. Now you can capture that rich heritage with our Stagecoach Model Toy Plan.
Materials and Tools Needed
- Fixed or mounted sanding wheel disc
- Drill or drill press
- Drill bits
- Straight Edge
- Wood Glue
- Round toothpicks
This 14" long detailed plan replicates the bygone era of the stagecoach, from the famous spoked wheels and elaborate frame to the opening doors, side lanterns, and window shades. It's a great project for scroll saw enthusiasts of all levels, and when finished it will make a stunning desktop model that measures 15" long.
This particular project is a Stagecoach Model Toy Plan that can be made from a variety of different woods. The instructions for cutting out the paper template and assembling the buggy are included in this plan.
Stagecoach Woodworking Plan Finished Specifications:
- This detailed desktop model measures 15" long.
- Not Intended For Childs Play.
Did you know that Wells Fargo started out in 1852 as a bank? It rapidly grew into a gold transit express for delivery of gold to its banks until the year 1918. Somewhere around 1866 Wells Fargo also evolved into a Stage Coach Company for passengers and mail express until 1869. This Abbot-Downing Coach was one of the companies producing coaches for Wells Fargo in 1867. It sold for $1100 a unit and weighed 2500 Pounds!
Once you've finished building this model stagecoach you'll be proud to display a unique masterpiece that will be cherished for a lifetime.
So don't wait - order today and start building your own piece of history!