Thanks Doc! This will be a fun 'pit bike' to ride at car shows and bike swaps, etc. It can be ridden by 'kids' of all ages and sizes. Iconic.That turned out really nice!
Has a real ‘70s hot rod look to it. The lettering on the tires turned out nice as did the seat.
Now, you’d better go ride it before it snows again!
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So are you going to sit back and relax with you feet up and watch the rest of us slowly plod along, or are you planning to build a bike a month during this build off?If I was, it would'nt be the first, first time.
OddJob speed. Mostly based on opportunity and furtuity.
Hope you do jump in Indy! And yes, I like the 'earned' patina as you say. With a good cleaning, and some auto wax, the paint really came to life on this one.That turned out really nice, its fun to see a rehab instead of a full resto, every scratch was earned.
If I jump in on this, orange is where Im going, already have the paint.