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mf 8280
mf 8280 conversion...
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another view
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another
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looks nice.
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realy nice.
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it's realy nice
you have brought me on ideas ;-)
now only before still try find the time :-\

kevin
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magnificent :-) realy great moddel

geoffrey
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Wow, beautiful!

I have 2 quistions :-[ ,
1. how did you made that lights on the handlebars?
2. Did you made the mirrors your self, or did you bought
them, and if you bougth them, from what tractor are they?
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Wow, beautiful!

I have 2 quistions :-[ ,
1. how did you made that lights on the handlebars?
2. Did you made the mirrors your self, or did you bought
them, and if you bougth them, from what tractor are they?

Greets,
N. van Eekelen
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Nog een tip voor je. Neem een paperclip, plak er een klein
stukje alluminium op. Plak de achterzijde van het alluminium
af en maak ze zwart. Even een gaatje boren en
vastplakken..;-)
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Thanks for your comments,
The lights on the handlebars and the mirrors are from the
deutz ttv. The mirrors are fixed on brass stems ;-)
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the front hitch is from the atles i asume?

nice model though:-)
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Thanks for the answers! :-D

@Greenrider, dat is idd een Atles fronthef ;-)
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