Over thirty years ago fate would have it, so I went into the house of Fyodor Nikitovich, Kuhtenko. This man’s life was not easy. The dispossession of the family of the parents in the period of collectivization, war, captivity, escape, the Soviet camp, the work of a master in a munitions factory, once again the repression and return in the defense industry. In short, learn it once, and the birthplace of required full-time commitment. Helped natural diligence and, most importantly, the talent of the master on all hands.
Fedor Nikitovich could easily collect and organize in the home VCR, the most complex machine, whether it is milling, lathe, drill, or circular saw. But about the manufacture of furniture and can not speak.
Much of what he made, preserved and still operates. I propose to your attention a seemingly simple, but very useful garden cart made from scrap materials. The basis for the truck is loading platform (box) made from scraps of boards (their thickness you choose), which is attached to the chassis, handle, carrier and tie-down rings. Wheels with bushings borrowed from a child’s Bicycle.