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Third and my favorite. Very ingenious how the handle is made so the offset can be changed by moving the handle. Sold this one also.
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yur killing me here...
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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Love the old wood bodied planes. Long before power tools, these things were producing exquisite furniture and strong joints. Makes me want to dig out my #4 and #6 just for the pleasure of hearing that ssshhhhhhhhhhsss sound.
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Excellent job Clay. You should fill out your profile so people know where you live.
I have an old wooden plane I may like to have you restore if interested.
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Well done Clay.

I would have found it difficult to part with any one of the three.
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Excellent job Clay. You should fill out your profile so people know where you live.
I have an old wooden plane I may like to have you restore if interested.
Thanks, I will do that, I am in SW Oklahoma. Not much to the restore other than some time, I did learn lot about planes during the restore.
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That's a real sweetheart, Clay. Your work makes it look like it was well taken care of since new.
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Phenomenal job! I recently bought a Stanley Bedrock, not a wood soled plane, for restore. I hope mine comes out as well finished as yours did !
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