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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    No model soldiers? Used to do then once.
    Iíve seen pics of those online, they are very popular! With battlefields, tanks and trucks! Interesting to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    No model soldiers? Used to do then once.
    I used to have a 6mm Soviet army if that means anything to anyone!

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    I wouldn't mind having the real versions of these, trouble is I doubt I could get on them let alone ride 'em.
    I've got something rather special in the pipeline......more to follow.

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    Classic original R1 - my mate had one of the very first in that colour - left everything else on the road for dead.

    Here's some inspiration on photography - this guy was genius.

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    That is absolutely amazing, I wouldn't know where to start. I'm planning out a kind of diorama setting for some atmospheric shots, I'm just waiting for a special printer cartridge that allows for waterproof colour printing to arrive..
    I love the original R1, hard to think that it and the Duke 916 are over 20 years old now.
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    Well I said I had something special in the making and here it is, the Honda Cub. Cubs have been in production for over 50 years and they are still the world's best selling bike. I couldn't resist when I saw the kit.

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    Great stuff as usual, Ian! I remember decades ago reading in MCN that everyone should have a Cub in their shed - when your car won't start, your bike won't go and all other options are gone drag it out and it will always get you out of trouble no matter how long you've left it... Maybe a bit of an exaggeration, but the point is a good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    I remember decades ago reading in MCN that everyone should have a Cub in their shed
    Still got one. The ANF125 Innova, the ultimate itteration of the Cub. I just dragged it out of the garage yesterday for a once over before selling it. It's a 2008 in nigh on new condition and only 4k miles on it. One for the collectors I reckon.
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    Got a job with the Cub.....

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    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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