"Pancho Villa" Shovelhead Chopper


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Hello.....this is on the workbench......it is a follow up to my "Pancho Villa" 32 Sedan.......I will make a "Pancho Villa" Shovelhead Chopper........thank`s for looking.

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Is this going to be a replica of a 1:1 or are you taking artistic license again?

Either way, Yoooooowza Man.

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Is this going to be a replica of a 1:1 or are you taking artistic license again?

Either way, Yoooooowza Man.

Joe ......this will be out of my crazy head.......thank`s.

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Poncho villa? you need to make one of these for the seats!!!image001.jpg

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Darren......yes.....it`s on the to do list......thank`s

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Another one I've got to watch. John, how is that Imex FLH model? Is the detail really good? I was thinking of getting one to model my 72 FLH. It's a lot cheaper than the discontinued Tamiya kit.

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Ken

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Another one I've got to watch. John, how is that Imex FLH model? Is the detail really good? I was thinking of getting one to model my 72 FLH. It's a lot cheaper than the discontinued Tamiya kit.

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Ken......it`s a very nice kit......you won`t be disappointed......by the way you a very nice looking bike.

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Beautiful, more eye candy, bring it on!

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Darren......yes.....it`s on the to do list......thank`s

Oh man,this it gonna be AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey John,

Villa rides again, can't wait to see more of this, know it is going to be very very cool.

Mike

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This is going to be interesting project. And it will look very good when finished, I can say that already. Nice to see also Choppers built, I'm having one also but..... It's too modern and I have to do lots of modifications before I like it. :D

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I'm amazed at your proficiency John! As soon as one really nice build hits the shelf, you crack open the next one. Looking forward to your current build. The very first time I noticed your building was the Easyriders streamliner, so naturally I associate you with bikes. This should be a treat...... 2thumbs.gif

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Hello......this is another new magazine of my fathers that just came out.......it`s called "Road Iron".......my build will look like this but with a diffirent paint scheme and a few modifications......thank`s for looking.

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O man, I am really psyched about how this one is going to go . . . great idea and where did you get that tank?

This is going to be another great build, John. I've pulled up my chair to the computer and popped some popcorn. I'm ready to enjoy this new styrene adventure.

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Hello.....I started on the mock-up.......modified the luggage bag`s and fender......I will work on the faring tomorrow......thank`s for looking.

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few more photo`s......thank`s

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Oh yeah. This id gonna be good.

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Well John, you will discover this soon enough.....the Imex 1/12th scale Bike and the Revell 1/12th scale bike ARE NOT THE SAME SIZE. The Revell unit is considerably larger, and the Imex motor/trans will look absolutely tiny in that chassis. Best of luck to you. (I was contemplating a similar swap until I got the two kits side-by-side)

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Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet so far I know this is gonna be a show stopper!!! You are one of the best that always inspires my builds, keep it up John!!!!

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I can't wait to see more of this one. Another classic build in the works. Go, John, go!

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Oh wow John... This is going to be a totally cool build. It is starting out great! I will be looking forward to all of your updates.

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That Pancho Villa dude sure has a great vehicle designer. The stadium seats are filling up for watching this exquisite show and I'm in the front row for this one.

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LOL!

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I dig that Arizona seat! Oughta look great with your '32.

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BTW--John, where did you get the six-shooter?

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