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this are 3 diferent size of the macho motorcyle

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That is cool! [thumb]
Any advice for those of us who have the plans in our stack to build yet?
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thanks
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Nice work Highlander
I really like the little one, but I would guess it was harder to make then the bigger ones.
Great use of color on the red one.
Thanks for sharing.

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Awesome work indeed, I love the 3 sizes. I'm daydreaming " in the wind" right now.
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Nice wookI really like them, have been going to have ago at making one ,maybe soon thanks for showing them it might get me going. George
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While I haven't made this particular model, I have been building things big and small for the past 40 years and I found the opposite to be true: the bigger it is the easier it is. For example: it would be much easier to cut a particular part that needs to me 3/4" x 3/4" square than one that is 1/4" x 1/4" or smaller. Plus they are easier to handle.

BTW: to the OP; great job on the bikes!!!
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Hello muskokamiike
The bigone is more easy to mede.sorry for my english
Thanks for your coments
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highlander - Thanks for posting your baby, teenager and adult Macho Motorcycles. Excellent workmanship as well as the paint job.

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Udie
Thanks for your coments i really apresiate

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thanks you all fot yours comments
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Well done Highlander, well done. I really do like your three sizes, brilliant![thumb]

I know you had fun making them because I had fun making mine.

Thanks for sharing.

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I missed these masterpiece wood motorcycles when they were first posted. These are just incredible.
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