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Re: Finally getting started
« Reply #45 on: 02.02. 2021 21:25 »
I dig it   *wink2*
Looks great
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Re: Finally getting started
« Reply #46 on: 03.02. 2021 00:52 »
Ok then... after a couple of observations, I've revisited the King Sportster tank option. To be fair, after giving it a good coat of looking at for 10 minutes or so, you're probably right.
It does look a bit better with the bigger tank, and it also seems to put the toolbox back into proportion.

As for colour, the tanks, toolbox and chain guard will be painted Port Candy. A deep red with subtle silver flake.

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Re: Finally getting started
« Reply #47 on: 03.02. 2021 01:59 »
Given what you started with SF, I've got to hand it to you!. *wink2* *dribble*
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