Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by LRELL, Jun 30, 2010.
the station wagon and my convertable
Try this link: http://s857.photobucket.com/albums/ab138/linzierell/
Oops, nevermind you got it fixed,..
Both are great but "Lady" is very nice!
the tramp is a work in progress i have a monark fort end and a custome single springer i'm going to try on her , the lady just needs her skirt guards installed to be the sophisticated lady i'll be done this weekend more pics to come, ciao guys .
my monark before i dismantled it ..
my 71 fair lady
53 schwinn hollywood 20"
60's wester flyer- in the build off "the salt shaker"
sears 60's im sure never looked into this one
i think thats all .. except for one 70's ladies bike but thats just for parts (tubes)
only girls bike in my home.......the one i built for my wife for mothers day about 4 years ago(i may actually paint the tank for her sometime soon :shock: )
68 Camaro, my daughter's regular ride:
67 Robin Hood:
64 starlet, converted to 6 speeds, seat is too high:
My wife's current bikes...
My Daughter and I built this one...
Few others of my wife's that have come and gone...
Heres my wifes Hollywood
A customers bike that I restored
Here are some chick bikes that I have sold:
'82 Schwinn World Tourist
'82 Schwinn Fair Lady
Columbia Misty Rose
This beauty... :mrgreen:
1950 Schwinn Excelsior
And these Breezes!
Hers a few I have and have had, 60's Sears I built this out of Western Flyer that my son built (should of kept it) Western Flyer Buzz Bike Montgomery Wards that my wife is planning on building One of my favorite riders 40's Hawthorne (The Milkbike) as this gets rode down the street to get milk all the time Huffy Sea Princess And here's one I should have kept very clean original Ross and finally my daughters Lil Chic
mine... unknown frame (?), custom tank......
heres the wifes, a 1975 WESTERN FLYER- 3-SPEED- 26" called "FAIRWAY FLYER" she saids: i have a"BRADY BUNCH" flashback when i ride this
This shot is classic. :wink: 8)
Most ridden bike. Mongoose Alta....SHE bought this as IS for $3.50 (tag sale).
Second most ridden bike. Huffy Venice, bars and stem changed, adjusted seat back to actually touch her back (welded in place). Put larger chainring, so it can go faster then 6mph (36 to 52). Bought NIB on ebay $100. This is the one that gets the most comments.
Pic from last years build off ( smack talkin "OUTLAW").......Pickin up the LADIES on a Saturday night.
better not let the wife see you picking up chicks on the weekend :shock:
i've done a few girls bikes. some of them maintain thier feminine side.....
but most of the girls bikes i find,all seem to have a gender issues. :roll: :roll:
women! go figure.
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My wife's bike....
well this started as a hollywood:
i built this for my girl:
this one was a girls style frame, but was actually an exerciser:
and this one is my main attraction right now:
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