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    CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    I was talking with a guy on another forum who made a bunch of cool cutouts of old-school motorcycles. Long story short he helped me find the software to make my own and I made a 67' Yamaha 305 big bear scrambler for my dad. Gonna finish painting it this week and I'll have the finished photo up when I'm done
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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Thats nice I like it
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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by NotaVegetarian View Post
    Thats nice I like it
    Thank you sir, I hope my old man likes it just as much
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    Nice job!
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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Pretty cool.

    I have a Kawasaki ZRX Somebody cut me years ago.

    It was supposed to be a mailbox topper.

    But I don’t really like to advertise what I have in the garage.

    So it’s on the wall of the garage with all the other antiques.

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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Part-time View Post
    I was talking with a guy on another forum who made a bunch of cool cutouts of old-school motorcycles. Long story short he helped me find the software to make my own and I made a 67' Yamaha 305 big bear scrambler for my dad. Gonna finish painting it this week and I'll have the finished photo up when I'm done
    Is the other forum Garage Journal? He made a lot of nice cutouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry4406 View Post
    Is the other forum Garage Journal? He made a lot of nice cutouts.

    very nice. i had a 1966 honda 305 super hawk. it was nice but i always wanted the 305 scrambler! my friend had i think was a 305 bridgestone. them 2 strokes really could run. especially that kawasaki 500 triple. that was a beast!!!
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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry4406 View Post
    Is the other forum Garage Journal? He made a lot of nice cutouts.
    Yup that's the guy, he was a really good teacher and gave me all the tools I needed to go from standard autocad shapes to full out customized signs and art. I plan on doing a cutout of Luise belcher from Bob's burgers for my daughter next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramax-rob View Post
    very nice. i had a 1966 honda 305 super hawk. it was nice but i always wanted the 305 scrambler! my friend had i think was a 305 bridgestone. them 2 strokes really could run. especially that kawasaki 500 triple. that was a beast!!!
    Oh for sure. My dad loved his 305 2 stroke, said all his brothers had cb450s and they were pissed when his 305 hit the power band and smoked their asses on a straight away. I myself happen to have a Suzuki 500 Titan sitting in my shop right now
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    Re: CNC cut vintage motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Part-time View Post
    Oh for sure. My dad loved his 305 2 stroke, said all his brothers had cb450s and they were pissed when his 305 hit the power band and smoked their asses on a straight away. I myself happen to have a Suzuki 500 Titan sitting in my shop right now
    i also had as my hand me down its bike when i was 14 a 1964 suzuki 80cc. would go almost 60mph. neighbor had a honda 90. after high school i had a suzuki gt380, re-5 rotary, titan 500 and the gt750 water buffalo not in that order. that titan had such a long wheel base felt like turning a truck. best i thought was the gt380 triple with 4 pipes. on the top end i could pull away from hd super glides.
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