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Old 10-05-16, 11:32 AM
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little handcrafting.

Hi guys , today i got some free time and those are the parts i made.
First of all they are just prototypes.

Maybe those are not the best handcrafted parts but for me is a pure satisfaction!
Next time i'll try to make some vintage logos and other stuff (i just need to find more ideas).

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Don't be too severe in the comment section

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Old 10-16-16, 10:44 AM
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Pics aren't working for me.
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I don't see the photos..
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No foto, no foto,, ,, do over
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yeah it does not allow to post an URL untill you have 10 post. Kinda sucks.
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bummer

... bummer, love seeing the eccentric and personalized stuff people are doing. Hopefully they stick around and post again.
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I had a little beach cruiser that i put bmx wheels and tires on. swapped hub guts with the cruiser wheels (so the chain would fit) and installed straight bars. had to bolt some planks of metal to mount the brakes on the much smaller wheels. It was pretty cool, but then someone stole it from the carport. I'm still po'd lol. this is my bs (but true) post to get stats so i can post pics, judging from the comments, I'd say this was the perfect thread for my comment. MUAHAHAHAHAHHHHHHHH!!!!!
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Sorry but i don't have the photo anymore on my pc , sadly i used those metal cable holder to my friend's vintage bike and they looks pretty cool.
Here other handcrafting , maybe someone already saw this "saltafosso" handle (material used: old female belt)
Today i made those fenders with an online template (material used: a plastic folder and the same sticker used to coat car hoods with the carbon effect , and a thin layer of trasparent paint).







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That's pretty cool! Do share other things you craft.
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