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Hi all,

 

Just saw this custom Linea in a cafe here in Dublin. Quite cool, seems to be a full refurb.

 

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Just wondering if anyone else has seen custom versions of similar or anyone customised there own?

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That's actually just a body kit with lights. I wanna say it's by Specht design, but they normally deal in wooden retrofitting.


'it's all about the microbubbubbles'

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Hi all,

 

Just saw this custom Linea in a cafe here in Dublin?

 

Where?

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Wow, I take it all back! That's a classic in a PB body, mad. I'd have thought most of that was aftermarket parts and fittable features to a PB but I wouldn't have guessed they'd jam a classic back in there.

 

Properly epic either way tbh


'it's all about the microbubbubbles'

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It looks like a Linea Classic frame but they put the newer style La Marzocco badge on the back

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Mmm... might see can I wander out to inspect in the flesh.

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Mmm... might see can I wander out to inspect in the flesh.
Getting that post count up well

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Not at all. I live in Dublin and just bought a used Linea mini in a colour that I intend to change so keen to go and see as many modded machines as I can. I'm not aware of that many non fully standard machines around here hence this is actually of interedt to me.

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Not at all. I live in Dublin and just bought a used Linea mini in a colour that I intend to change so keen to go and see as many modded machines as I can. I'm not aware of that many non fully standard machines around here hence this is actually of interedt to me.

 

I'm guessing it was you that bought the yellow one?

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LOL, right you are... small world here. Was tempted to get a white one in the UK but didn't want to get into the whole courier/shipping thing after a recent bad experience

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Not quite as fancy as that but we got our Aurelia a custom paint job

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Not quite as fancy as that but we got our Aurelia a custom paint job

 

Still very cool!


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Not at all. I live in Dublin and just bought a used Linea mini in a colour that I intend to change so keen to go and see as many modded machines as I can. I'm not aware of that many non fully standard machines around here hence this is actually of interedt to me.

 

Ah somebody did buy that yellow one on adverts.ie :o I hope you knocked a good few bob off the asking price? Had entertained this before deciding to go with the Vesuvius. I couldn't get over the colour or his asking price. To be fair it looked in pristine condition. Did a google on Cloud Cafe it is on the North strand. Looks a interesting hipster type neighbourhood coffee shop in a part of the city that was fairly run down.

Congrats on your purchase hope it works out well.


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