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I'll take the lambo above please 8) 8) 8) 8)


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Aye . . look ace. .

Not reeeeally practical to clearcoat a cable end ferrule though :lol:

Bike frame aside, is there evidence to support the car and motorbike are Sharpied??


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Be nice if it was that simple....I am going to sharpie my jaaaaag :lol:


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you did a chainring and its still mostly there
what type of pen did you use?!?!


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hmm
i wouldve thogt a sharpie would be up to the job :cry:
i going to kick david beckhams (golden)baws when i see him!! :lol:


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I fail to see the connection with an illiterate footballer and a pen....they are for writing after all :roll: :lol: :lol:


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Anyway, where's this sharpie name come from, they were always felt tip pens or highlighters.


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Sharpie is a brand of permanent marker.


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IDB1 wrote:
Aye . . look ace. .

Not reeeeally practical to clearcoat a cable end ferrule though :lol:

Bike frame aside, is there evidence to support the car and motorbike are Sharpied??


The Lambo was done for Prestige Imports in South Beach (Miami). They are the biggest Lamborghini dealer in the world. There are numerous articles on the net about the car.

http://www.lamborghinimiami.com/sharpie_car.htm

Same with the Monster. There are articles about it too. Here's a post from the owner.

http://ducatimonsterforum.org/index.php?topic=37725.0


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