Yeah, just pulling your chain Carl. I always enjoy our banter.1930 today and I've only got 4 pages and no video promotion haha... But you're in a different division. We ain't competing till February.
We do still have half the time left...Yeah, just pulling your chain Carl. I always enjoy our banter.
And, look for more 'promotion' by me in the coming months. I have to do something to stay relevant.
Thanks TJ! The original paint was in pretty good shape, needed cleaning and polishing to bring the color back and make it shine. I had one good, sunny and relatively warm day in October to get the photos shot; we had a short Fall this year. The bike park seemed like the perfect setting for a muscle bike!Checking in late too... you've got some great finished shots. Beautiful bike, really like the original paint.
Thanks furyus! In my research, I found that apparently 1978 was the only year they made the Sting Ray in Sunset Orange. It's a great muscle bike color, and I didn't have any other bikes in orange, and never owned a true Sting Ray; so two birds with one stone! The original grips on there were worn and torn through on the ends of the bar. So after the chrome shined up so nicely, I thought the caps might fit the bill-d.Always loved Schwinn orange, and dig the grips with end caps - nice detail. Great little ‘Ray!
Since you brought it up SD....yes, I am in Arizona! The BACK40 Southwest got busy today. This is not a muscle bike, but since the Winter Build Off is not happening, and after all, it is Winter (even in the desert); I figured I'd share a few pics of my results from today.Nice job again, OJ. If you're in AZ this winter, come on down to Tucson. We can ride two of my vintage cruisers along our loop!