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Lid work, on that box

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Used the vise to hold this box still, long enough to mark a line clear around..

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Trying to land anywhere but right in a pin.   Brought down the "new" saw, to cut the lines..

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Yeah, it is the cordless one from the yard sale.  It is also about as heavy as my all-metal saws.  Cut my way around all four sides, with the second narrow end last, still had a bit of a bind..

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Wound up with this.  Set the bottom aside, for now.  Added the insert for the top..

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Just nailed in place, no glue.  Then came those hinges...

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Had to remember which way it sat on the bottom part of the box.  Vise to hold things in place.   Try using these screws, before the BP Meds..

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A pilot hole of sorts was made with a small nail.....Hinges are on, maybe load this thing up?

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Might work.  Unloaded it, and sanded, sanded, and filled and sanded

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Sanding filler was just glue and bandsaw sawdust.   Not sure what all was in the dust, but, when sanded smooth..

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Most of the stuff is filled in.    Loaded this thing up again

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Closed the lid, and added the first coat of the "Brew"

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Will let it dry, then work on it a bit more.    Maybe go looking for a latch?   Maybe by this weekend, it might be done?

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It will....as soon as I figure out what kind to make for it.....I still had a "Stanley Tools"  label for the top of the lid.......Lets see, Stanley made the 78 fords Wards Master Quality,  They made the 39 and the had bought out Ohio Tool Co.     I guess I can call it a Stanley tool set?

 

Still needs a latch of some sort...

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