Biker Scout sitting correctly custom.

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I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while but kept putting it off until about 2 hours ago. I wanted a vintage biker scout to sit correctly with bended knees on his speeder bike. Very easy custom that I think turned out ok. First I cut out the plastic behind the knees. Then sat him in boiling water for 30 seconds before glueing his legs where I’d cut them. Unfortunately had to hold them for a while but you could always use some clamps or pegs etc. 2AFBE68C-59D7-4054-ACDD-85A00A7A6F51.jpegB053CB55-E970-4728-8713-CDB9CBE370BA.jpeg62FCB33D-843C-45AD-82CD-6D630F2E80AA.jpegE18F07EB-03EA-46AC-8186-43CB5B837038.jpegA2017EF5-B7A7-480A-9938-46AF53C00048.jpeg6E399846-35FE-4ABD-9C77-1A7766A0DEE6.jpeg
 
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After years of looking at my Biker Scouts with extended, straight legs on their bikes, this looks strange. :ROFLMAO:
 
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Clever and nice job. It actually looks pretty good.

But half the fun of our vintage line is the limited articulation. :p
 
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