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bit-tech Mod of the Year 2016: The Winners

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Maki role 10th January 2017, 13:30 Quote
No way...
Vault-Tec 10th January 2017, 13:33 Quote
Couldn't have picked it better myself. Never did find out where to vote but Aetos would have gotten my vote any way :)
Harlequin 10th January 2017, 13:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by Maki role
No way...

can always send me the case if you don't want it :P

well done!
Farsan 10th January 2017, 15:33 Quote
Gratz!!!
23RO_UK 10th January 2017, 16:00 Quote
Congratulations to all, well deserved
l3p 10th January 2017, 16:03 Quote
Congrats to all of you!
Cheapskate 10th January 2017, 16:57 Quote
Congratulations, everyone! :D
I kinda knew Mr3d would win. He forged the one ring of case modding.

Interesting results elsewhere, though. A creative theme trumped manifold super clean.
HandMadeAndroid 10th January 2017, 16:59 Quote
Congratulations to the winners, very deserving.
Thorn 10th January 2017, 19:53 Quote
Congratulations
noobas4urus 11th January 2017, 05:27 Quote
Congrats all!
MeMo 11th January 2017, 07:07 Quote
WOW!!!!! Congratulations to ALL very impressive!!
Mr3D 15th January 2017, 13:41 Quote
Holy s*it! I'd never expect that I'd win the moty, so many great cases! Thank you all! :D

Congratulations to everyone! :)
Maki role 15th January 2017, 15:50 Quote
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Originally Posted by Mr3D
Holy s*it! I'd never expect that I'd win the moty, so many great cases! Thank you all! :D

Congratulations to everyone! :)


Haha, but we all did :D

Congrats man, that case and interior was just phenomenal! Hope you don't just disappear off into the aether now, in need of a round two, but this time truly pushing your limits ;)
Mr3D 15th January 2017, 19:54 Quote
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Originally Posted by Maki role
Haha, but we all did :D

Congrats man, that case and interior was just phenomenal! Hope you don't just disappear off into the aether now, in need of a round two, but this time truly pushing your limits ;)

Well, sorry to disappoint you then. Right now I'm putting most of my time into my car. Well, that and work.

While were on the work subject. Kinda funny how all this played out, I switched jobs for ~3½ months ago. From a tool-maker to a prototype machinist, making prototypes for weather science equipment in space. On the job interview I brought Tatami with me... :D
Cheapskate 16th January 2017, 17:08 Quote
:) "Give him a job or he'll blow us up." -No, wait. That's how my interview would go if I did that.
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