|View single post by Mikel Parker|
|Posted: Sat May 23rd, 2020 01:42 am||
This is from the back showing bracing which I had just enough of.
The instructions warn about getting spacing correct for front and back,
because of how the walls meet for the corner trim to work,
plus freight dock is tricky to get the parts to work nicely.
But all seems to go together correctly, since it was pre-cut and punched ! ?
That can be a problem if there was shrinkage, movement etc.
Often the case with old kits...
Who knows age of this and how it was stored before me,
I got it for a good price on Ebay, after looking for awhile.
But the wood is of excellent quality,
and I have barely had to adjust window & door openings (nice!).
Next on to windows.
Have a great Memorial Day weekend.
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