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New to the Board--Brass Framed Big Deuce W.I.P.

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Hi everybody. I've been working on this for about 2 years. Started as a scratch built front axle for a Big Deuce. Everything but the seat, steering wheel, body, quickchange, wheels and tires, and engine pieces are scratchbuilt out of brass, copper and aluminium. All done with files, razor saws and a bench vise. Probably the last pics before final paint, plumbing and assembly.

Hope you enjoy

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That's wild!! Excellent work!

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Very good work indeed!

And welcome

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Wow. Very impressive.

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Awesome work. I see many many hours of work there.

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Beautiful! Top notch craftsmanship!

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Fabulous work!!!! Almost a shame to paint it! :D:D:D:D

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yeah thats killer stuff. i always loved the idea of scratchbuilding in big scale, maybe one of these days i will actually try it!

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Ralph, that is so cool. Nice work on the chassis. I look forward to seeing it in paint.

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Wow very cool work , rear leaf and front axle ,,super lookin'

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WOW, that is a work of art!

I love the large scale stuff and hope to get into scratchbuilding some day.

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