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Road Master Build

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 8 - TRADITIONAL BIKES' started by vancruisers, May 7, 2013.

  1. vancruisers

    vancruisers

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    Well I just started a build and the build-off just started, I guess I'll join in to the fun!!

    The frame is an old Road Master, I had sandblasted it a looong time ago but it's been sitting cluttering up my basement ever since. I've also got a pretty decent parts pile to dig through so I really don't know WHAT I'm going to do just yet.

    Anyhow, sprayed it with primer today, pics to come as things progress :)
     
  2. vancruisers

    vancruisers

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    I've been framed!

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    Primer is done, trying to decide on my paint scheme. I've got red/yellow/white/black in my paint pile...
     
  3. kingfish254

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

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    Welcome to the madness.
    Great frame
     
  4. erichitscar

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    Sweet frame indeed! What is it?
     
  5. vancruisers

    vancruisers

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    Frame is a Cleveland Welding, I believe it was a Roadmaster to start with. I have a few bits and pieces from a couple of other bikes that I'm sorting through - I've got fenders and a rack but I'm not sure if they'll go on it or not yet. The chainguard will for sure though!!

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  6. ratina

    ratina

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    It's a 50-54 frame, I can pin it down more with the serial number if you are interested. Can't wait to see what you do with it!
     
  7. vancruisers

    vancruisers

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    Yeah I'll grab the serial next time I'm downstairs - I MIGHT start on actual colour this afternoon once I'm done fighting with my phone.
     
  8. vancruisers

    vancruisers

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    Serial number is:

    H22837 A Cw

    Oh and there's paint on it now!! :) No pics yet but it's coming along great. I am going to do a wet sand and another coat of colour I think.
     

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