1920 Ford Depot Hack & Trailer Pattern

Item #8978FS

NEW! The Ford Depot Hack (short for the Hackney horse drawn vehicles in England) was developed early in the 1900s to transport passengers and their luggage to and from train stations. The trailer, included with this plan, was not a common addition but allowed space for more baggage. This vehicle paved the way for taxi cabs, woodies, and station wagons. The plan details making ornamental wheels, paneled sides, roll down curtains and dash controls. A lathe is required for wheels and lights. A spare wheel can be added on the trailer or the side of the vehicle. Recommended for intermediate to advanced woodworkers. The plan includes instructions for a display base, display plaque and luggage on a luggage cart. (12" long)