Judy is a punk

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 2 BIKES' started by Hooch, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. Hooch

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    hmmmmmm I suppose I better find me a bike :)
     
  2. Slick Rick

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    Yeah like that wil be hard for "the Bike Magnet" LOL :mrgreen:
     
  3. Hooch

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    hmmmm I thought about doing a tandem but chainy beat me too it..... maybe an old schwinn straightbar there are lots of straightbars...... maybe a diamond frame......... woa lots of those too........ ok a ladies frame! darnit! lots of those too..... time for more thought!
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    ok 10 minutes have passed since I started this message and Judy(girlfriend) tells me........ "how about you build me one that you wont sell!"
    ofcourse now I had to giggle because I always sell the ones she likes :)
    so the decision has been made..... a postwar Columbia womens bike aptly named
    "Judy is a punk"
    :)
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  4. ACD

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    Another lady joins the party. Gonna be a cool buildoff. Nice bike Hooch.

    Aaron
     
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    I know what you are talking about. My wife hates it when i try to sell hers.
     
  6. NLCTVWguy

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    Looks cool Hooch

    Gonna be a sweet lookin bike!
    Can't wait to see what you do with it.

    Good luck with the build off!

    --=={{Rob}}==--
     
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    I'm really anxious to see how these ladies bikes turn out.
     
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    one of the coolest chain guards I have ever seen. Your avatar is freaking me out - watched for hours, he'll never catch the bike... :mrgreen:
     
  9. Chainsaw

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    Need to see progress pics! :D
    At least tell us what's being Hoocherized!
    I can't stand the suspense! :shock:
    Hurry!
     
  10. Hooch

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    progress? lol the only thing done so far is I took the wheels off
    plenty of time :) I built my last bike in a couple days lol
    I havent decided how i am doing this yet lol
     
  11. Chainsaw

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    It's a girlie bike, Girlie it up! It's a bike that was around in the 50s! Pink poodle fender skirts. Make the seat look like saddle shoes, ponytail handlebar streamers. Throw some Big Bopper 45s on the hubs (kinda like those geared wheel chain deflector thingies). Makeup compacts for mirrors. Come on Hooch find your feminine side and go with it! :mrgreen:
     
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    well lol Judy is the anti-frilly
    so I am thinking lots of black leather and cat o nine tails handlebar streamers lol
     
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    I think I love Judy! :shock:
    O.K., so Black Rottweiler fender skirts?
     
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    ok..... well since Judy is a punk she tends to get a bit tipsy now and then so me being the nice guy I am I decided to give her a bit of stability in her ride :)
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    now to find the perfect wheel tire combo:)
     
  16. Markm

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    right on Hooch!! 24X3's on the rear!!! (red even!) :D :D
     
  17. Hooch

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    24 x 3 wont fit lol i tried!
    26 x 1.5 might fit so I dont know where I am taking it yet maybe 20x3
     
  18. Markm

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    kenda...5 bux a pop!
     
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    Cool! Should be one heck of a trike! The 20x3s should look good, what would you put on the front? Like MarkM said Kenda still doing the $5 a tire thingy. Keep the pics coming!
     

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