Aston Martin DBR-9

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by cornell, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. cbg

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    Cornell,

    Can't add any more praise to what's been said. . .your Aston-Martin is just a thing of beauty. . .and I'm not a big race fan.

    Do you take commissions? I have been looking for a really good card model of the lowly VW bug for some time now, but it has so many complex curves. . .

    Just wondering. . .cbg
  2. cbg

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    Cornell,

    Can't add any more praise to what's been said. . .your Aston-Martin is just a thing of beauty. . .and I'm not a big race fan.

    Do you take commissions? I have been looking for a really good card model of the lowly VW bug for some time now, but it has so many complex curves. . .

    Just wondering. . .cbg
  3. bugman72

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    CBG, I don't know if you've seen this one yet or if this really qualifies as a "really good card model". If you go to the following link, there is a decent '57 Oval model available as a free download.

    http://www.pre67vw.co.uk/downloads/

    As for the DB9, I am awestruck at the amazing quality of your work. I look forward to finally being able to print it out.
  4. bugman72

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    CBG, I don't know if you've seen this one yet or if this really qualifies as a "really good card model". If you go to the following link, there is a decent '57 Oval model available as a free download.

    http://www.pre67vw.co.uk/downloads/

    As for the DB9, I am awestruck at the amazing quality of your work. I look forward to finally being able to print it out.