KOTA said:We live in the same area. I KNOW how hot and humid it was today. You worked on the bike for FIVE hours, outside, today (which I might add looks extremely COOL). Might I suggest, that you remove the word "junk" and the year 1975 from your screen name and just go by 'NUTZ". :wink:
LukeTheJoker said:Very cool work! Seriously impressive bike, great ideas and great skill in accomplishing them...
Thanks A Ton! I guess Im a BlockHead :wink: ( Kindda fitting for a Gumby build huh? :lol: )JoKeR63 said:Wow, the extinguisher is back, you didn't wreck the chainguard by painting it, this just keeps gettin' better.
Oh, and +1 on the wiring!
Thanks Dude!! I'm so psyched people think something lil old me is tinkering on is cool 8)Gold Street Customs said:I followed your pics on this and the words "Wow that's cool" jumped right out of my mouth, very impressive.
Kroozerdave said:Love your attention to getting it right the way you want it.
Maybe a little worried about chances of heatstroke while doing so.
Might be a new thread.
What cost are paid in process of unique creations.
Buy a Walmart bike and leave it outside for a year, it'll look old real quick. Especially if you live near the ocean. :mrgreen:junknutz1975 said:Who knew something with a " Dot Com " on it could look so old :shock:
Thanks Buddy !SCHWINNRAY69 said:That came out great!!