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Scratchbuilt 1/5th scale MV125 Agusta

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This model is being totally scratchbuilt by myself
The main raw materials I'm using to build this model are Brass and Aluminium, I've also incorporated a small amount of Resin and Acrylic into the build !
I have been building this on and off now for about 5 years inbetween my other modelling commitments using Drawings, Photographs and measurements I took from the Real Motorcycle held at the National Motor Muesum At Birdwood in South Australia.
This model when finished will be offered for sale to anyone interested in an interesting Investment piece!

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Comments for this showroom

by: Sean Morgan (modelmaker) on 2012-01-29 - 20:13

Thankyou very much Jose it's still very much a work in progress as I sought my way through continuous build problems!

by: Jose Antonio Solbes (jasolbes) on 2012-01-29 - 17:15

Wow! something real remarkable, this kind of work is what takes scale modeling to an art.

Congratulations.

by: Jose Angel Garcia Martin (richthofenbaron) on 2011-05-07 - 09:22

Soberbio trabajo es muy, muy bueno