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Solid Brass Mailbox Door and FREE Mail Truck Bank Plan!

Item #: 30625
$45.69
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Overview

Build this nostalgic Mail Truck Bank and capture the imagination of a child! This easy-to-build plan uses our Solid Brass Mailbox Door #55358 to commemorate the stalwart little truck that kept America's mail moving during the 1920's. The Solid Brass Mailbox Door features a glass window, 5-pin cylinder cam lock, removable name plate holder and two keys (all doors keyed differently). Door and frame measure 3-5/8" W x 5" H. Mounts in opening approx. 3-3/16" W x 4-5/8" H. With powder-coated finish.

  • Easy-to-build plan uses our Solid Brass Mailbox Door (55358)
  • Glass window
  • 5-pin cylinder cam lock
  • Removable nameplate holder
  • Includes Spoked Wheels (Set of 4) and two Small 1/2" Headlight Toy Parts and one Steering Wheel
  • Two keys (all doors keyed differently)
  • Door and frame measure 3-5/8" W x 5" H
  • Mounts in an opening approx. 3-3/16" W x 4-5/8" H
  • Durable powder-coated finish

Tech Spec

Weight (lbs) 1.1600

What's included:

  • One Solid Brass Mailbox Door with two keys
  • Spoked Wheels (Set of 4)
  • Two Small 1/2" Headlight Toy Parts
  • One Steering Wheel

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I am in the process of...

John B from Miami, FL Posted December 1, 2009
I am in the process of building - everything going according to plan (excuse the pun) which I downloaded. Yeah it is not to scale -but hey building a woodworking project is an adventure and figuring things out about the project is part of the process. I have to admit that I spent about 20 minutes enlarging the plans using the vertical measurement of the truck side as a guide - when I went to attach it to the blank it was about 4 inches short - LOL.My wife suggests we paint it for the niece and nephew - so much for the cherry I re sawed but kids do not appreciate the wood or respect the wood - as Larry David said in a recent show. When completed I will send a pix - I will paint it prior to assembly - going to one of those craft stores for ideas on decoration. Will seal the wood with de-waxed shellac prior to painting. I hope I do not have to report to the Feds as I am building a toy.

My father-in-law retired from the postal...

Ken B from Lake City, IA Posted March 23, 2009
My father-in-law retired from the postal service after 35 years of service. When he passed away, my wife inherited a number of old brass mail box doors that had served the local post office from 1909 until they were abandoned in 1962 when a new post office was built. For years, we debated on what to do with them until I saw Rockler's plans for a postal truck bank. Perfect! I ordered the wheels, plans, etc. and made four for Christmas presents for my kids and granddaughters. Now I'm getting requests for more. Since I'm running low on the antique doors, I am using the doors from Rockler who I want to thank for the idea.

My father made me a truck...

Guest Posted March 4, 2009
My father made me a truck when I was a small child and I still have it. My father has been gone for many years now, but every time I look at that truck, it brings him back to me.I saw the mailbox banks on your website and I wanted to make them for my four grandchildren, hoping the trucks would remind them of me many years from now. Unfortunately, I don't have a table saw, a router or any sophisticated machines. What I do have is a circular saw, an orbital sander, and a hand-held jigsaw. Well, we must make do with what we have, right? I had to hold the edges against the sander to round them. I think they're not so bad, for an amateur.Thanks for the bank idea - they aren't professional, but "Grandpa made it for them." It means more than you know.

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