My wooden jet pack parts

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    My wooden jetpack parts

    A mate of mine lathed these up for me, and dropped them off tonight.

    Thoughts please, people?

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    That works!

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    Wow! Now that's some nice work! Can't wait to see this one go together. Keep posting.

    Alan

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    These parts are probably going to end up on a rush-job foam-and-plastic pack for hallowe'en / Memorabilia.
    But at least I HAVE them, and can remove them to put on something more accurate at a later date

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    am i seeing things or is that bad fur day in the n64 ?

    -=QuinN!

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    Dang that is Good! The "Sniffer" is enthralled by the scent of pine and Mohagany.
    I wonder how much all this will weigh Scapegoat. The "Sniffer" must know!

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    CombatBaby said:
    am i seeing things or is that bad fur day in the n64 ?

    -=QuinN!

    Whoa! Good eye!

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    Those look great! I always wondered when someone would attempt this. I can't wait to see how they look painted up.

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    You can always use them as molds later on as well when you update your pack..

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    I was gonna say... If there's interest, I might have an accident around some rubber...

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    wow! those look awesome!!
    won;t you see wood nerves when painting?

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    Not sure - It FEELS smooth...

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    Re: My wooden jetpack parts

    They look like Fir or Pine...if its sanded and primed right, they should be just fine!

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