Saturday, December 12, 2009

BMW R75 6

4 comments:

Hub said...

superbe, ce Thomas, quel pin up !

Anonymous said...

excellent ce dessin !
une bonne perception de la vitesse.
je signe !!
@+
Mars

Anonymous said...

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xobule said...

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