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PostSubject: Hugh Sym's Cafe Racer project   Thu May 24, 2012 12:13 am

Testing!

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PostSubject: Additional Photos (still testing)   Wed May 23, 2012 10:20 pm

















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PostSubject: Re: Hugh Sym's Cafe Racer project   Wed May 23, 2012 11:03 pm

Don't make a lot of sence as pics in wrong order, but this is the story so far, designed on etch'a'sketch from a booze and drug fuelled idea.
The frame was chopped off at rear of cradle using a bread knife and a home made rear bum perch and stirrup mounts glued on, primed and ready for shinny Brit racing green which was slapped on and inspected by Knievel (QC dog), deemed to be OK and ready to carry on building (not staring Babs Windsor), a few more bit's cobbled on added weight to the snap-off coffee table trolley , the Zed thou sneeked in with danamoto carbon cans.. Then some more bits of iron and ally added, the wheels gave way on the trolley ......... hope you can make something out of lego...... Hugh
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PostSubject: Re: Hugh Sym's Cafe Racer project   Thu May 24, 2012 5:34 am

Nope, thoroughly confuzzled! But the basic build looks very clean, I take it that's not the finished article in picture 10 or 11?
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PostSubject: Re: Hugh Sym's Cafe Racer project   Fri May 25, 2012 10:26 pm

No fella, thats yet another toy that I ride from time to time....
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