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1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia – Switzerland (Part 6)

It was a bit tough for us to leave Varese, as we were leaving a great Alfa Romeo car rebuilding experience and our good friends,


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1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia – Varese, Italy (Part 5)

The trip to Varese, Italy, is a little bit of a long story, as it includes some repairs and also some wonderful hotels.  We will


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1966 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA – PISA & MANAROLA (PART 4)

We are heading north, and making good progress.  We will just visit Pisa briefly, and spend the night in Manarola. Here is a map of


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3D laser scan of King Naresuan

We are honoured to 3D laser scan a 3.1 meter tall statue of King Naresuan.  This sculpture is the base for many duplicate and derivative


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1966 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA – Perugia (part 3)

Perugia? Who goes to Perugia? Why not Florence, Rome, Milan for Venice? I have always loved the middle of Italy. The walled cities. The wheat


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1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia – Vesuvius and Pompeii

We do a lot in one day. Too much. Today, the adventure is first Pompeii, and then Vesuvius. Before we get too deep into this


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1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia – Athens to Amsterdam (Athens segment)

We all have things on our ‘bucket list’ and driving around Europe in a classic car has been on the list for a long time.


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Reverse engineering an Aermacchi CRTT tank

The tank of a Harley-Davidson Aermacchi CRTT is an iconic masterpiece of design. The classic shape of the long rectangular tank with gracefully radiused edges


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Reverse engineering an Aermacchi CRTT frame

Why reverse engineering an Aermacchi CRTT frame?  Well, I had a dream to go to Bonneville and race a CRTT based bike and try to



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