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Big Yin

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Hi All
I thought I would share my build of the rocker motorbike that I have been building for my grandsons. It is my first attempt at a large toy build. As most of the bike was being built from reused/ recycled wood I decided I was going to paint it. There was not much spare room at times in my small work shed but with some patience I got there. I have included pictures from various stages. Hope that there is not too many of them. Although very time consuming I thoroughly enjoyed building this motorbike. Looking forward to seeing their faces.

The Big Easy Rocking Motorcycle

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Garrymac

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Hey. I love the seat! I have builtb3 of these bikes!! Great job.
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Hi Big Yin.....great job!! Im in the process of making one too.....mine is also made from spare/scrap timber and MDF. Im just at the painting stage, and having just given everything a coat of primer Im now choosing colours!
I'll post some pics too when Im done

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Big Yen, this is just thrilling to me. Thanks so much for making my day. I love the shop photos and also the fit and finish of your build. Congrats on a job well done.
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