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 Posted: Thu May 12th, 2011 06:58 am
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A friend posted this on RMWeb and as a lover of tools and workshops, this just blew my mind.

The content under more photos at the bottom of the page beggars belief...:thud

http://www.modvid.com.au/html/body_anders_malmberg_krakow_s_auto_.html

 
Edit: (I must be losing it.  Apologies Pete (Trisonic) I forgot you are a member here as well...Doh!...)


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 Posted: Thu May 12th, 2011 07:33 am
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That has to be some of the finest, if not the finest, modelling I have ever seen. Phenomenal!

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the garage,wow, but the engineering works ..mind  bogleing  fantastic
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Oh My Gosh! Does that humble you or what?

I wonder if he gives classes?


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I have seen some wonderful modelling in YMR but this is awesome!

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Truly amazing stuff.  You could study those shots for hours - he must have spent a lifetime studying the prototype to get all that detail never mind having the ability to model it.

Thanks for posting Gordon. :thumbs



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Pure Genius.

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Gobsmacked John.B.:shock:

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Wow....that's obsessive, phenomenal. I love the oily shine on the car lift in the second set of pictures.


Thanks for posting, I'm about to take up stamp-collecting........


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I have never seen anything like it fantastic.Piran

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