I am planning a project to create a “Woodie” Wagon based on a 1940s era sedan that was never offered as one. A hallmark of the wood framing are large (~2″ deep) tapered fingerjoints to butt join pieces at angles. Router joints aren’t large enough, and I don’t own a shaper. In the recent issue of FWW there is a test of dovetail guides, and I was wondering if this could be a way to execute the joints? There are only 4-6 joints required. Or are there any other ideas? Thanks!
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