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  • Monster Wagon

    here are some pics of the wagon i made for my daughter, it's got 13x6x5 lug tires, four wheel steer and a pivoting front end.



    sorry about that they were working, oh well got new ones up now
    Last edited by tigman250; 09-25-2005, 11:32 AM.

  • #2
    Hi couldn't see the pics of the wagon
    but it sounds cool
    you have a lucky daughter getting that cool wagon
    and the digger
    great work tigman250

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    • #3
      train_boy_1

      Wicked little wagon. Love the paint job and drilled out handlebar. Makes it look real sharp. Now it just needs a motor (just kidding).

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      • #4
        very cool wagon

        paint looks great handlebar finishes it of nicely

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        • #5
          nice wagon ....you got any pics. of the four wheel steer....if not I'll figure it out thanks....Keep up the good work......

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          • #6
            Well, all I can say is that is one lucky little girl! Have you given it to her yet?

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            • #7
              What, no motor??? What kind of dad are you?

              Just kiddin', nice wagon

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