By David Wakefield
Construct vintage pull and push toys with 20 ingenious tasks for making wild and wacky wood animals that come alive with pleasant reasonable movement. Make dinosaurs, kangaroos, sharks, geese, turtles, wolves, and extra. With designated styles, concise directions, and step by step colour photos, those fascinating initiatives are uncomplicated sufficient for even a newbie to accomplish in a weekend.
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No custom parts were used in the construction, but the model features custommade decals that replicate the markings on one of the 24 helicopters that served with the Royal Dutch Navy. With sliding doors in the cabin and operable cockpit doors, the model also incorporates features outfitting it for shipboard operations, including a rescue winch. Its unusual undercarriage, with pivoting struts on the rear wheels, is designed to prevent the helicopter from rolling off the deck. A folding tail boom and folding rotor blades enable the Lynx to fit inside the ship’s small hangar.