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    Making of futuristic motorcycle - I Modified Scooter to the two-wheeled vehicle


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    Thanks meanwhileinthegarage! We've added your Enclosed Scooter to our Motorcycle category,
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    WOW! That took me back to the FF movement in the early - mid 1980's! Shades of a BMW C-1.

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    very nicely done. It looks terribly heavy though but that is due to it being so over built I'm sure.
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    When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    WOW! That took me back to the FF movement in the early - mid 1980's! Shades of a BMW C-1.
    Bit earlier than that Quasar entered production in 1975

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    The history of the vehicle dates back to the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. It was brought to perfection by the Czech inventor Jan Anderle in cooperation with the Swiss Arnold Wagner. At present, the vehicle is manufactured at a high level in petrol and electric versions by the Czech company Peraves in Brno.

    https://www.peravescz.com/



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