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Thanks guys. To answer your question RBR, I used 3M 777 spray adhesive. No staples were necessary.
Wow, that is cool. I love the striping, the chain guard is unbelievable and the color is perfect. I was thinking of getting a leather jacket from a second hand store and do the seat and chain guard on my bike, but my bike won't have a chain guard. Beautiful work!
Thanks again for the great comments. I kicked myself in the butt this evening and took care of a bunch of little stuff to bring this build to a close. I trued, tensioned and again made a final truing on the wheels. Installed the new handlebars and transfered the Coke bottle grips. All that is left now is a few accessories and I am good for the final photo shoot and video. Just in time before the snow hits I took her out for a spin and Man that thing rides sweet. I'm glad I changed those handlebars, turns out that the comfort bike design is nothing new. I'll have pics for you guys and gals tomorrow since it's dark outside now.
Well as promised, here are the pictures. I am 95% done. I'm waiting on an accessory from the bay and I have to take care of some small detail stuff. She's not bad, I just built her that way.
One hot lady! If I wasn't married .... .... I'd take her out for a spin!
Manufactured: January 1960
Rebuilt: March 2008
Modified: May 2010
Freak Bike Militia - Great Lakes
Just received the last piece of the puzzle in the mail today. Looks pretty sweet but I have to make a bracket for it. I don't like where the light sits with the original one.
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