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THE BOY MECHANIC

THE BOY MECHANIC
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"200 Classic Things to Make". These are all projects published in the magazine in the first two decades of the 20th century. Projects such as saw horses, household gadgets, furniture, camping gear, toys and games, trellises, decoys, puzzles, a canoe, tobaggans, and much more.

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