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Excellent fabrication...now i just want too see a video of someone sitting down riding it
New pics just in time for Halloween. I did these because Im thinking about a color change for Autorama 2010 and wanted a few more shots in white.
Yeah I liked it in metal too. After I sandblasted it, it lost alot of that metal charactor. I didn't think it would look good like that for autorama so I got it powdercoated. Its gonna be changed real soon.
Well I entered it again in this years Detroit Autorama and once again the Al petri bike show was great and a hats off to Don and his beautiful wife Debbie for putting up with us down there. The bike is now retired from the show circuit so if you came down and saw it a big thanks to you. Im not sure whats in store for the bike now as it sits in my basement behind a couch. I just want to thank everyone for their great comments, they really made my day.
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Props on an incredible build man. You have an eye for art thats forsure. This bike should be hung in a shop somewhere for many an eye to see. Thanks for the inspiration of what can be done on a crooked garage floor
Thanks guys. Some of my besst work comes out of that floor, Jonny, I am glad it inspires you. You really can do anything you want with very little. Theres no drill press, bench grinder, lathe, plasma cutter, tube bender, band saw, or any type of metal working equipment in my garage. In fact I dont even own an acetylene torch. All I have is an Air compressor with assorted air tools ( drill, die grinder and angle grinder and a reciprocating air saw that uses 2-3 inch blades and a millwaukee sawzall) and my Miller syncrowave 250 tig/stick welder. The rest comes from my head and my hands.
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