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old car lens scan and 3D print ( Guess the Car )

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Re: old car lens scan and 3D print ( Guess the Car )

Postby Jonathan_SA » Sat Jan 02, 2016 12:38 pm

Yup, I recon that a rear indicator lens of a Ford Anglia 105E? Good job on the scan
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Re: old car lens scan and 3D print ( Guess the Car )

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