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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Stevie_d, Jan 12, 2021.
This Ducati won’t breakdown....
It will if you drop it
Browsing Amazon it wasn't the Lego that I noticed but I was tempted by Meccano.
I grew up on Meccano and it is what granted me an instinctive ability to know do up from undo just by touching a nut with my fingers regardless of orientation.
I like touching my nuts as well
These were the Ads below your reply lol
It's to keep your tyres hard Loz...
I can get away with this now the tone has been lowered
So funny how a normal thread rapidly descends into depravity
It'll probably all calm down when we can our bikes back out...... a little.
I'm staying well away from this thread, think I could so easily get a life time ban if I start posting pictures.
So nobody else has bought any Lego then
Yeah I did when I was 8
Funny you should ask, this turned up today, wife had ordered it for our granddaughters who are 4 & 2, quite looking forward to building it for them
This is taking longer than I thought ....
Wouldn’t worry yourself, the Italians don’t do anything fast. So your in good company
Maybe you could put this together for when Steve finishes and gets it going
that one might be easier as it’s 5-12 yrs age group , all moving parts on this thing expect the engine seizing up just after the warranty expires
I offered the Panigale model to the 4 year old, and she just laughed and said ‘no thanks, I want something I can play with, not something I have to keep fixing’
Had the 8070 kit which is a sort of sports car... but it also can be rebuilt as retro roadster thing... so due to boredom, that's exactly what I did. Roof and doors power operated via a little gearbox