Hot Dog Cooker Guy
Pretty self explanitory. Put the hot dog on
the "holder" & set the whole thing on your
bar-b-q. Most everybody gets a kick out of
this one. If you find it offencesive,
lighten up a bit-life is far to short !
Rope Making Machine
All the gears are cut on a scroll saw. This one is made of 1/2" poplar but could be made from
most any kind of wood & some standard hardware items. Plans have full size templates for the
gears & handle. Instructions for the "laying" end are included as well. This is a real attention
getter at fairs & shows. Uses standard baling twine available from any farm supply store.
As an added bonus a plan of the "Myer Rope Machine" from 1924 is
included at no additional cost...
You can be the hit of the party or function with this baby...Uses a sprinkler valve,
3-9 volt batteries & my favorite-PVC pipe. Pump up the big cylinder either with a
bicycle pump or compressor, load up the confetti in the smaller tube and hit the
switch. Shoots up to 30 feet. It's about 2 feet long.
Train or Tug Boat
Sounds just like the real
thing. Built with PVC.
Plans have a complete
list of SKU #'s & can
be built in only a couple
of hours. I've sold
several at $60. each.
#TUG - $5.
Miniature Hay Baler
There are 13 pages of Plans &
Instructions along with 38
pictures to guide you through
building this attention getter &
money making machine. Hay
bales are 3 1/2" x 4 1/2" x 9".
#HDC - $5.
#ROP - $10.
#CAN - $5.
#MHB - $18.
You can build this "Timeless Gem" of charm & craftsmanship which will
capture the hearts & imagination of both young & old...
This little car fits well into any number of
situations. Let's start with parades & car
shows. Advertising, fund raising, retirement
communities, general all around traffic builder
or how about...
JUST FUN !!
The complete plans package has 24 pages of instructions, drawings & pictures. It
also includes parts sources, tips & tricks to make your build easy.
# CAR - $22.
The chassis uses standard 1" square steel tube, 20" Stingray bicycle wheels & tires, readily available
spindles, disc brakes & can be powered by either an electric motor (or motors) or up to a 5 HP gas engine.
The electric version does about 16 MPH while the gas version will top out at about 25 MPH. The steering
geometry designed into the front end enables the "tiller" steering to easily & effortly steer the