Your Happy Hot Rod Holiday Exclusive Gift from TBucketPlans.com
This holiday season we want to show just how much we appreciate the support and encouragement we get from all of our followers at TBucketPlans.com.
We searched everywhere for just the perfect gift that T-Bucket and hot rod fans would really appreciate, could exercise their mechanical skills on, and would have lasting value to display for the admiration of friends and family.
With sincere thanks to graphic designer and airbrush artist extraordinaire, Dave Winfield, we are proud to be able to present as our free gift to you our 2014 Holiday Exclusive from TBucketPlans.com and www.CutAndFold.info:
Santa’s Toy Express Hot Rod Holiday C-Cab
This incredibly detailed paper model was created by professional designer and artist, Dave Winfield, who has won a number of awards for custom paint and artwork.
Dave is a very talented artist and we guarantee you’ll be fascinated to discover his many hot rod, aircraft, boat and other vehicle models at www.CutAndFold.info.
Just click the button below to download your free Holiday Exclusive Santa’s Toy Express paper model created by www.CutAndFold.info.
Simply download the model PDF file, print it out on heavy paper or card stock, grab your X-Acto knife and some glue and with a little patience you’ll be beaming with pride at an end result that looks like this.
If you like, glue a tab or ring to the top and it will make a great tree ornament.
This is one small way for us to say thank you to you during this holiday season and we hope you’ll express your thanks as well to Dave Winfield by visiting www.CutAndFold.info.
Hey, we don’t even mind your “regifting” this cool model to your friends or sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, of whatever, just as long as you send them here to download it. But remember, on January 4, 2014, this cool gift will no longer be available for download.
- 10000On Christmas eve we're happy to repost this popular T-Bucket Hot Rod Santa story from several years back. Hot Rod Santa faced global population explosion and the escalating costs of reindeer food so he turned to Chester Greenhalgh-like T-Bucket hot rod ingenuity for a better way to serve his billions…