Swirls & Curls? I guess I'm on the right track for the vintage look...a throwback to jheri curls? Perhaps it'll become my signature mark?I know they are different styles. It was just the cool swirls and curls that reminding me of your MoFo tanks. Mad skills!
Love this bike. And you're right, I love finding loopholes in the rules. It makes things more interesting.George Toteff (the creator of 3-in-1 model car kits) has always been an inspiration. As far as the rules suggest: you can only enter one bike...it says nothing about one version, one design or the bike having optional features?
I don't think of it as a loophole. It's just one bike designed for rider preferences. Similar to the hardtop-convertible cars of the 50'sLove this bike. And you're right, I love finding loopholes in the rules. It makes things more interesting.
Rules, loopholes, whatever. The real enigma would be why would you want to?
After all of the effort to alter it into a custom, I'd just jump on another bike if I wanted a cruiser to ride. I'm not sure that it would be as quick and easy as a carson top either once you start factoring in things like having to shorten the chain etc.
IMHO, I like it just the way it sits!
I make my bikes for others to enjoy riding them...they're not custom just to me.I think it is best as the full blown custom it is.