(ORBO) One Bad AMFer finished

Discussion in 'ORBO 2016 FINISHED BIKES' started by Georgeediii, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. Georgeediii

    Georgeediii

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    For your consideration....

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    Photo Credit: Jared Birkholz Photography
     
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  2. hammer mechanic

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  3. deorman

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    Color me flabbergasted. :grin:
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  4. KJV

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    :thumbsup::cool2::41:
     
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  5. metalchewy

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    Love the colors, they contrast and stand out well with their surroundings.

    Those frames with the giant dropouts always looked extra beefy to me. Very Cool Bike.

    Building... riding...
     
  6. OddJob

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    A great build and well represented by those quality pics! Love the low light ones (early morning I'm guessing?) Great combination of old and new, looks tough and fast! :41:
     
  7. bikedudeomaha

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    very nice! wicked-cool frame!
     
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  8. Georgeediii

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    The more I look at them the more I think they look like pork chops, but I might just really like pork chops.
     
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  9. LukeTheJoker

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    Yep, nice!

    Luke.
     
  10. Georgeediii

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    Thanks OJ
    It was actually around 6 PM and we got really luck with the weather. Not a cloud in the sky but it rained a just few hours later. As far as the fast part, it is just fast enough. With the small sprocket up front and only 5 speeds they are all geared pretty low. Highest gear on flat pavement and the lowest gear for climbing telephone poles. :rockout:
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  11. kingfish254

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    Great details and color.
    Love the fatty drops on that frame
     
  12. Georgeediii

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    Thanks for the compliments guys. Just thought I would throw up a before pic. amf_3_speed_bike_01.jpg
     
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  13. gigmata

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    You should be very proud. Your bike looks like something I could buy at a high end shop today. Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!


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  14. deorman

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    It's kind of funny, I turned my old AMF into a skinny-tired 3-spd. :android: :crazy:
     
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  15. raggedjim

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    From one AMFer to another, nice bike!

    Rg
     

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