Maybe some sort of chart would be cool. You could also use them as templates for drawing up a build.
I personally think it would be better to just find/fabricate a seat post that works better rather than hacking up that frame.
I looked for some of that multicolored textured autumn brown the other day, but nobody seems to stock it any more.
It's a bit toasty for this time of year, even for eastern NC.
I didn't get much done today but I got the fender braces riveted and located the proper seat clamp to fit the new seat to the tiny schwinn seat...
Those tires are a nice fit.
The side plates for that big chain might make decent fork rockers.
This bike is tubular!
I stopped at a roadside sale today because they had bikes outside. They weren't anything interesting, but I did buy this Persons seat. [IMG]
Thanks. I was wishing I had seen your mustard technique before I painted the frame, it would have saved a lot of time.
The paint work on the frame and sheet metal is nearly done.
I don't care how careful you are, you always end up with a few chips in...
I'm glad to see you were able to save this bike.
Looks good. I like how the frame turned out.
The paint looks great. I would have never though to use mustard.
It's not quite as blue as it looks in that photo. It's more of a light gray with just a hint of blue.
It's been a slow process removing that yellow mess from each part.
I was on the fence about removing the kickstand hanger but having it gone it really cleans up that area and makes the bike look more like the...
If I'm not mistaken that should date it to 1959.
I'm always impressed by these custom built wheels.
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