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    Ducati 1199 Panigale Art Panel

    Looking for a great gift for that ducatista in your life?

    This is a framed exploded Ducati 1199 Panigale Parts Panel.

    It's got 150 individual parts which are hand painted, stickered and glued down to the finest detail.

    The calipers have the red lettered brembo logos, the clipons and master cylinters are all hand painted, the rims are stickered down to the marchesini logo and even the discs are meticulously drilled.

    Comes framed in a black wooden frame with white mat board, ready to hang.

    Goes great in a man cave or even in the office.

    $550.

    PM or msg me on O42I178988













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    Thatís awesome. Is it a custom once off or can you get similar ones for other bikes?

    I donít think the missus will let me spend quite that much on a picture but Iíll ask
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    Cheers Yagadan. Its a custom once off unfortunately. Well one of two...i'm keeping the other one

    I had planned to make others but after i finished this one and realised how long it actually took to complete from start to finish (hence the price) I changed my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbroom View Post
    Cheers Yagadan. Its a custom once off unfortunately. Well one of two...i'm keeping the other one

    I had planned to make others but after i finished this one and realised how long it actually took to complete from start to finish (hence the price) I changed my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbroom View Post
    Cheers Yagadan. Its a custom once off unfortunately. Well one of two...i'm keeping the other one

    I had planned to make others but after i finished this one and realised how long it actually took to complete from start to finish (hence the price) I changed my mind.
    Can I be nosey and see the other one out of interest?..


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    Is that a model kit that's been mounted? I understand that would take fuckin ages to do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barfridge View Post
    Is that a model kit that's been mounted? I understand that would take fuckin ages to do!
    Yer its a tamiya model - they don't come painted
    "Some people are like clouds. When they disappear it's a beautiful day"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yagadan View Post
    Can I be nosey and see the other one out of interest?..
    Didn't take any photos of the other, but its exactly the same. I built it alongside this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barfridge View Post
    Is that a model kit that's been mounted? I understand that would take fuckin ages to do!
    Yeah Halo's right, its the tamiya kit. Taken me over 50 hours to do....

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    bump up. Will take offers.

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    Very nicely done!

    Always wanted to do this with the kits I could never bother finishing.

    How did you secure the screws and other intricate parts to the backboard?
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    Shit only just saw this now. Cheers Turbo
    Everything is glued down with all purpose clear glue.
    The screws and stuff i had to do with tweezers and holding my breath.

    Quote Originally Posted by TurboR1 View Post
    Very nicely done!

    Always wanted to do this with the kits I could never bother finishing.

    How did you secure the screws and other intricate parts to the backboard?
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