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rdean

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I have been working on this off and on for a couple of weeks now.

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The clock is made up of 38 pieces of poplar wood 0.550 thick.
The height is about 28 1/2" high.
I used a stain called "Gunstock" with a poly spray finish.

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I still want to cover the back of the clock but that will have to wait until some other projects are done.

Thanks for looking
Ray
 

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Excellent indeed!
Dave
 

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Kinda makes you want to rock around the clock.:acne: Really nice work. I used that same stain on some doors I built a few weeks ago. Mike
 

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Thanks all for the replies and likes.
I didn't take any assembly pictures but wished I had now.
I started out with a piece of poplar 10" wide and 10' long but that wasn't quite enough.

Ray
 
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