>>>Elliminator 20" Muscle bike<<<

Oct 21, 2009
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

There is sooooo much cool engineering here , it's mind blowing :shock: hard to believe what can be done with a " Bratz " bike .
 

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Aug 31, 2009
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

This build has been a blast to follow!!
With that seat brand , it looks like you got a "Wild Hare" up your butt.
There aren't enough adjectives to describe the coolness and masterful engineering behind this wicked muscle bike dream!!!
BRAVO BRUDDERMAN!!!!
congRATs!
 
May 14, 2008
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

masterful engineering seems to be the key word here! :D the fabrication work is truly amazing and the paint and details are too.fantastic bike! 8)
 
Jul 17, 2008
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

Definitely my favorite build this year. Awesome engineering and great use of colors.

Excellent!!!!!!
 
Nov 18, 2007
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

NICE!...I'm liking this one a "lot". :wink:...Looks like a Custom Concept bike from the sixties.
 
Aug 30, 2010
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

One of my favorites for sure, the technical and artistic skills are first rate. This is the bike that every kid and (adult kid) dreams of owning. Is belongs in a museum of cool things!
 

NLCTVWguy

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Jul 22, 2007
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Re: Elliminator 20" Muscle bike

Lots of cool things going on there Peat!

Great pictures, I can tell you went the extra mile(s) to do them right with clean backgrounds.

Outstanding paintwork and attention to detail. This bike is going for the gold! We had a Bratz bike around here that we stretched out, and removed the stars, but it wasn't half as cool as yours. Looks great, best of luck!

--Rob



Peatbog said:
Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate it.





 
Sep 27, 2007
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great job on this....i can tell alot of thought and planning went into this before any work started(well at least it looks that way to me!) and it shows :mrgreen:
i guess it is possible to polish a t*rd!(you know, since it was a bratz bike :wink: )
again, great build
 
Jun 11, 2012
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Peat, this is spectacular. Seriously. I mean, you did the world a favor by pulling that Bratz bike off the road, and replacing it with this bad to the bone hotrod muscle bike that will make people smile every time they see it. I was blown away almost daily when you posted updates, and now that it is done - Dang!

Well done, sir!
 
Mar 1, 2012
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The attention to detail is unmatched in my book, I still have trouble believing it is rattle can...

Great bike and terrific build documentation, Rg
 
Jan 23, 2011
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Peatbog said:
Thanks, Jim. I know some people don't like Rustoleum, but I find it to be the best spraycan paint for me to use in order to achieve the shine I crave--especially using the clearcoat.

Peat I use the 2x clear,the metallic black,primer and others also. So I'm with ya on that. The cows are cracking me up.
 
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