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★★★ Go Away ★★★ 1957 AMF Roadmaster Flying Falcon

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 6 FINISHED BIKES' started by garagegoon, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. garagegoon

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  2. Jake Sensi

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    Re: ★★★ Go Away ★★★

    YEAH BABY!! THAT'S HOTT!! I LIKE IT ALL. HAVE A COLD ONE ON ME!! PEACE
     
  3. ChrisMac

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    Oh, and by the way, that's Mister King Rat to you
    What's blacked out on the tank? LOOKS AWESOME!
     
  4. udallcustombikes

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    Nice! I am not a big fan of the fat-skinny combo, but it works well here. Can't wait to see it up close.
     
  5. texasbigjon

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    now thats the kinda hot rod bike i love! 8) minimal,nice parts,cool graphics and a wicked stance! very,very cool build. :D
     
  6. tnt1

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    I think its a hole rusted in it!
     
  7. garagegoon

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    Rust hole!!!!

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  8. Elmer

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    Just when I thought I had run out of adjectives to praise this crop of bikes you come along. That is a brave finish & it works. The bike is pleasing, together & it puts the rat in RatRod. Great job !!!
     
  9. johnp.smith

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    Nicely done, love the whole theme here. :D
     
  10. kingoffools13

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    very nice i like the theme
     
  11. Petrohead

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    Awe hekk yeah! One of my favorites for sure. Just way, way 8) !
     
  12. KC so-cal

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    that hole in the tank looks like your flyin falcon was in a dogfight looks awsome great job!
     
  13. scott brownsey

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    sweet build a perfect combo of parts n ideas good job :D :D
     
  14. scott brownsey

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    what r the tires
     
  15. weekend-fun

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    Nice! Like the paint, fat/skinny combo, and tank. Its a rod for sure!
     
  16. Wildcat

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    That's a great example of a ratrod bike!
     
  17. 8 No S8nt

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    Bam! Love everything about this bike! Just curious, does the toggle switch in the tank have a function?
     
  18. garagegoon

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    It is hooked up to horn that blows constantly when switch is on... 8)
     
  19. Walker

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    Very cool ride. Great job on the manufactured patina.

    I was expcting to see a mouse poking out of the hole in the tank :D :D
     
  20. garagegoon

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    Hey... good idea!!!
     

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