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TommyT

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I finished making this motorcycle yesterday.  This took about a week to make and I struggled the whole way with this build.  Things just didn't work out for me on this one and I made a lot of mistakes.  Having said that, I still like it.

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Hi TommyT
Another nice project.  Were are you going to ride this motorcycle too?
Your bag of toys must be overflowing.
Good Job.

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ITommyt it looks ok to me mistake or no mistake sometime the first one a of a model is alway harder I like it .George
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Nice job Tommy.  I like the natural wood look.
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TommyT - Great looking bike, nice job. Looks to me like a project that need tweezers and patience when gluing together.
What glue did you use on this one?
TommyT

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Die, thanks.....I used TiteBond III glue
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That bike looks really great Tommy. It looks like a lot of work went into it.
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Hi Tommy looks good .. I like the challenge of difficult jobs ,and you learn a lot with the mistakes that are made .  If it was easy it would be boring . Well done Tommy , it looks like you needed a lot of patience with that one , . Douglas
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