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June 9th, 2015, 03:53 AM   #1
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beautiful pieces of machinery

saw this & had to share...its so beautiful!


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June 9th, 2015, 10:52 AM   #2
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Where is that?
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Where is that?
full scoop here.

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We haven't been able to pick our jaws up off the floor since seeing this Ducati 999 / 996 / 1198 Cafe Racer from New England's Meisturwerk Machinen. Absolutely love the disassembly photos - the skeleton of this machine is as beautiful as it is fully dressed. At once classic, contemporary, brutal, and sophisticated, this rocket inspires lust. And the Gulf racing livery? Perfection.
absolutely gorgeous, everything down to the guts. i don't know if you facebook...but i follow iron & air, they posted it there.
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full scoop here.



absolutely gorgeous, everything down to the guts. i don't know if you facebook...but i follow iron & air, they posted it there.
Interesting, I thought it looked like a 996 motor but wasn't sure. Thanks.
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Absolutley stunning.
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Absolutley stunning.
i still can't get over how gorgeous it is.
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...well...fuck...

<3 <3 <3
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It needs a longer rear seat with an enlarged cowl to flow with the bike. Also the front tire needs to be thinner, then I'd think it'll look proper.

This one here is a little blingy, but it's a fantastic job nonetheless.

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Love these bikes with their race car inspired paint schemes. And their barely scuffed tyres. Better to put one on a box in a shop than having it ready to go in the garage. Gold wings are just great, so nice to ride. Bobbered ones instantly make it cool.

(don't mind that Guzzi (even though they're shitty to ride) but the round barrel engines look a million times better)
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I just jizz at things that look pretty to me.
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