Thanks for the comments. I appreciate them. I try not to make any mistakes. In a previous life I worked in the nuclear power industry where mistakes were generally frowned upon. Patience is a powerful tool in keeping you error-free and age makes that tool even sharper. Helps keep all your fingers attached too. The most complex leg veneer piece is for the inside front leg. Here is one of the two cut out and ready to glue into place. Top vent veneer work. Installed the spokes permanently by gluing up the four spoke holders. Notice that the two veneer spoke transition pieces are loosely installed. Here is one of the holders. It is simply a block of wood with five round slots filed into them at intervals. The spokes were all cut and fitted. Back to the vent to do some bevel work using my Easy Cutter. More glue drying. 24 pieces of basswood and walnut. Finally getting some walnut on the face. Test fitting some chrome and the top vent. Thanks for looking!