I’d like to start off by saying the plans I used for this build were made by Wood Working for Mere Mortals. He did a fantastic job researching and figuring out the best and easy way to make this TARDIS. This tutorial is more of a continuation to his video, while also giving some of my own advice and experience as help. That being said, I took many liberties of my own with sizing, material, and color. This is a fairly costly project and took me the last semester of my senior year to build (six months on and off). I was lucky enough to have great advice from my shop teacher, Mr. Fenn, and my school’s Engineering & Computer Science teacher Mr. Spooner for the electronics (Not included in my build).
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