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    Just finished this one last week. 'Plum Twisted' 6/8 half hollow, Damascus/San Mai. $485
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    What material are those scales made of? The color, and your heading, reminds me of the color Plum Crazy that was first used on the Dodge Challenger back in 1970.


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    That's a nice bit of work, Victor. A beautiful razor!
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    Vic, you do nice work!
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    Wow!
    Beautiful
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    Very nice Victor! People should see you work, they would appreciate the razor even more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mglindo View Post
    What material are those scales made of? The color, and your heading, reminds me of the color Plum Crazy that was first used on the Dodge Challenger back in 1970.


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    The scales are paper/epoxy micarta that I make from scratch.
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