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    Your Next Boat?

    In Turkey, a person had made a similar vehicle that can move it by turning the pedals. The passengers are both drinking something, pedaling, traveling in the sea, and doing sports. ------------------- Türkiye'de bir kişi buna benzer pedal çevrilerek hareket edebilen bir taşıt yapmıştı. Yolcular hem bir şeyler içiyorlar, hem pedal çevirerek denizde gezebiliyorlar, hem de spor yapmış oluyorlar.
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  3. Türkiye 'den merhaba, adım Adem, Acemice yapmış olduğum Sunbeki modelini sizlerle paylaşmak istedim. Ölçek 1/60 Plandan çalışılarak yaptığım modelin posta ve omurgaları huş kontraplak, gövde sarımı 2 mm ayous çıta üzerine 0,5 mm maun çıta kaplama, güverte 1 mm kontraplak üzerine 0,5 mm armut çıta ile armuz kaplama, direkler gürgen kavela, ızgaralar ve top arabaları lazer kesimdir. Modele satin vernik uygulanmıştır. Toplar kurşun dökümdür ve gerçek döküm top görüntüsü verilmeye çalışılmıştır. Modelin boyu 82 cm, genişliği 16 cm, yüksekliği 64 cm'dir. Google Translate I apologize for the translation mistakes. From Turkey Hello, my name is Adam, I wanted to present you with the Sunbeki model that you have done in a moment. Scale 1/60 0,5 mm mahogany lining, 0,5 mm size on 1 mm plywood, 1 plywood overlay, elbow horn dowel, gratings and ball trolleys are laser cut. Model satin varnish applied. The bulls have been tried to cast bullets and work out the actual cast ball image. The size of the model is 82 cm, 16 cm, and the size is 64 cm.

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