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    Can anyone tell me where I can get some clasic car patterns for scroll sawing? I went to a arts show and they had some ther3 and the owners asked me if I could find a pattern for their cars. there wa a Modle A and a GTO that Looked hot. Is there any Patterns out there?
    Keith
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    You might try Free Scrollsaw Patterns on MSN, I saw a pretty nice GTO pattern there a week ago or so. I didn't see a Model A but then again I wasn't looking for one. There are also a lot of folks on there that are extremely accomplished with converting pictures to patterns so if you can't find one you want they will gladly help you. I am currently trying to learn to do this myself through their tutorials but I can assure you, it's not nearly as easy as it sounds!

    Good Luck!

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      Elwood,

      Go to Google and search for : classic car patterns. You might be able to find some there. Also click on "Images" you get to see plenty of classic cars.

      Mike M
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        Originally posted by elwood
        Can anyone tell me where I can get some clasic car patterns for scroll sawing? I went to a arts show and they had some ther3 and the owners asked me if I could find a pattern for their cars. there wa a Modle A and a GTO that Looked hot. Is there any Patterns out there?
        A GTO is a classic car? I'm getting too old!

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