Duesenberg Car Design Pattern
NEW! A distinctive automobile highly favored by the well-to-do in the 1920's & 30's. The sleek styling can be reproduced with common shop power and hand tools. The contoured components are shaped using a router and sanding. Three different wheel styles are outlined in the plans including one with realistic criss-cross spokes (shown). The base includes an identification plaque and inscription plus a 1930's style gasoline fuel pump for the base. Lathe work required. A beautiful display piece in any setting. 19″ long x 6″ high x 7″ wide. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers.