That’s the exact article I referenced a bit in my toolbox build. That’s one of the earlier fall front tool boxes in many that Paul has described and built. I quite like the plywood fronts and backs as they are are easier to build and more on the utilitarian side. I think eventually the panelled frame fronts and lidded tool chests were favored in the masterclass projects.
I went a bit bigger in dimension to house all my woodworking tools but looking back it would be great to have a smaller more portable one.
For saws you’d have to go with steel or brass backed tenon saws. If you have or can find smaller panel saws that fit it would be great to have on the fall front too. I traced inside the handles to fashion mounting blocks to the lid. It doesn’t rattle at all if you get it snug.