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Just an idea I got while getting rid of some toys when my daughter was a little kid. Those wooden puzzles with animal figures or other images can be converted to engine mounts for Bee type Cox engines. Plywood puzzles with big parts can be turned into belcrank mounts, in particular the ones with the straight edge.
Just a thought
Just a thought
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