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Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Plan

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SKU:
997
MPN:
997
Condition:
New
Availability:
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Weight:
0.20 LBS
  • This is how your finished whirligig will look when using our  Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Plan
  • An explanation is that the item is a woodworking plan and if you purchase you will receive a piece of paper, not the finished product.
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Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Plan

As the wind blows watch Uncle Sam go! The Uncle Sam Taxpayer whirligig plan is a full sized traceable plan which includes assembly instructions and a materials list for all the hardware and lumber required.

The Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Plan will simplify making your own Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig. A hardware kit is available to make assembly a little easier. If you're not up to building the Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig yourself you can opt for the Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig DIY Kit which has everything you need to assemble the Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig in little or no time at all!

The Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig is a great project that you can make for yourself on a weekend! 

Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Specifications

  • When you have finished your whirligig it should measure about 21" long.
  • This is a full size woodworking plan.
  • The hardware kit is sold separately.
  • DIY is sold separately.
  • This is a paper plan.

The Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig Plan is a woodworking plan that you will use to make and build your own Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig. With the step-by-step instructions, you will be able to trace, cut out, sand, and assemble your own Uncle Sam Taxpayer Whirligig.

All plans are non-refundable

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Warranty Information

All sales are final on plans. Refund and warranties are not available.
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1 Review

  • 3
    Fair to average

    The plans are ok for experienced woodworkers. There is a mistake on the thickness measurement of the cow body. According to plans the cow's legs are supposed to overlap the 3/4" base, and yet the cow's thickness says 1/2". The propeller drive shaft does not have a clear pattern for length and how much the bends for arms should be, Still I love the Uncle Sam taxpayer design.

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