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Mash Banger the English Cantilever

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 6 FINISHED BIKES' started by Kuttnhack, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. Kuttnhack

    Kuttnhack

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    It's been a long three months. Made the deadline with a nice bicycle showing the fruits of my labor. Special thanks to Ray Von Vulture for the awesome artwork and Mike S for his photo skills and advise. This build could not have reached the finish line without both of you with your skills and support.

    Thanks to all the forum members for you kind words of support and encouragement.

    Mash Banger was build on a super low budget with most items found in the scrap pile and used inventory on hand.

    The frame was traded for kids bike and you the members coached me to use it for the build off.

    Enjoy the pics while I enjoy the ride

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  2. Rockit!

    Rockit!

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    I was wondering where you were :D Nice job! There just went my third vote 8)
     
  3. kingfish254

    kingfish254 CHECK OUT MY SALE THREAD FOR COOL STUFF! Pro Member

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    This has definitely been one of my favorite builds to follow!
    That is the coolest non-motor I have ever seen.
    I can almost guarantee one of my votes (just don't tell anyone else :wink: ).
     
  4. badmuller

    badmuller

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    Awesome!!!
     
  5. herr_rudolf

    herr_rudolf

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    Very cool!
    The detailing is sick... Makes me wanna look again and again.
    Well done.
     
  6. Jake Sensi

    Jake Sensi

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    THE SICKEST BIKE ON HERE!! YA KNOW YA GOT MY VOTE! MOTORCYCLE CLONES UNITE!! PEACE
     
  7. Petrohead

    Petrohead

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    The only way this could be any cooooler is if it could actually start it up and run it. Awesome use of, uh, stuff, killer fab work and great style!!
     
  8. deorman

    deorman

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  9. scott brownsey

    scott brownsey

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    i dig it very cool clean but ratty goodluck rear bumper is sweet :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
  10. Green Dragon

    Green Dragon

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    the more I look at this, the more little details I see..

    wild build, and a definate contender for the win :)

    ~ AL
     
  11. necessaryevil

    necessaryevil

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    Just when I think I have my favorites, I find this thread. Freekin Awesome! :shock:
     
  12. yoothgeye

    yoothgeye I build stuff. Moderator

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    The lines on this bike are perfect, such a great flow, this bike would look good on either side of the pond... or road.
     
  13. RadOne

    RadOne

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    Every builder here is producing artwork of one kind or another. This bike, however, shows craftsmanship, attention to detail, has great proportions, and a wonderful aesthetic. Obviously the most beautiful bicycle here, to my eye. Kudos.
     
  14. Hooch

    Hooch

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    man that is awesome!
     
  15. karfer67

    karfer67

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    Ray what can i say it is beautiful. I got to ride her and i was imprested. Well done
     
  16. motopsyco

    motopsyco

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    Just Awesome! Love the forks, that's first class creative design there!
    And we're all glad you picked this frame.
     
  17. imagearchy

    imagearchy

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    there is only one thing about this bike that i don't like. but the rest of it is (((Way Cool !!!!! ))))
    there for when you weight it out its Way Cool!!!
     
  18. 2dawgs

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    KutNhack,

    Totally pushing the boundaries and the end result is incredible!
     
  19. Skipton

    Skipton Come out and ride with The Chicago TailDraggers!

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    WOW! very cool! so much cool stuff on this bike!.... love that rear bumper :mrgreen:
     
  20. Gold Street Customs

    Gold Street Customs

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    Ray you just pulled off one of my favorite builds ....ever,,, mucho de KUDO's brother.
     

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