In my attempt at a trilogy I join my 3rd RatRodBikes.com Build-Off with a 1936 Roadmaster frame given to me by last year's 2nd place winner Terry66. (Thanks Terry, you're the man!) In Build-Off #6 I built a 1976 Murray Skybolt In Build-Off #7 I built a 1956 J.C. Higgins German made men's tank bike Since I dropped 20 years from my first Build-Off to my second I thought it only fitting to drop 20 more years. I can't continue this route! :lol: I've built cruisers the past 2 years and thought I would build a klunker this year, which is cool since a few more are building klunkers and we will be having an informal klunker sub-build-off. My actual inspiration for building a klunker is an 80s Lee Chi left side brake lever, I shall have photos of that at a later date with my other parts. Here is my frame, photo taken 4/30/13. Fun Facts! -My first build-off bike was faux patina. -My second build-off bike was real patina. -This time I am killing the patina for a shiny paint job. -My first build-off bike was made only a few months before my birthday in '76. -This frame was made 40 years before my birthday. -This is the oldest frame I have ever built. -I spent less than $100 on my first build-off. -I spent less than $50 on my second. -I've already spent in between those two on this one. -Nobody knows what those brackets are for that someone welded to the frame, but they are going away.