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Post by IFGL » Thu 19 Mar, 2015 11:45 am

framed this 12" model of a Chopper bike, the artist made it from aluminum tubing and mount board, thought it was raleigh good (the bike not the framing) so I have shared it.
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Re: Chopper

Post by David McCormack » Thu 19 Mar, 2015 11:55 am

Cool, takes me right back to my 1970's 8)
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Re: Chopper

Post by Graysalchemy » Thu 19 Mar, 2015 12:12 pm

I always wanted one of those though my mum wouldn't let me have one :evil:

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Re: Chopper

Post by prospero » Thu 19 Mar, 2015 12:54 pm

They looked cool alright, but that gear stick is not in a good place in the event of a sudden stop. :roll: :?
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