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Old 25-12-2004, 11:56 AM   #1
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Hi ,

here is my final model of the tamaha R1 , tutorial of Kurt :-)
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http://users.pandora.be/keravik/maya...delcolor04.jpg
Hope you like it , I tried to upload pictures but can 't find any of them back , so I guess it didn't work...

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Great job... turned out very cool...
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Looks great only the Brake Disks should look different.
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it`s great~
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the first few seconds i saw that picture, i thought i was a real bike, awesome job man
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