It has been a very challenging build but one that I'm very pleased with so far. I appreciate the compliment.LBC.......That is one complex.......uh....RAT.... bike. I like it!...
Thank you very much. Even though I haven't posted any updated photos as of late, I have been working on the bike. The handlebars have been mounted and I love how it completely changes the look of the bike. I'm currently working on the seat, using a prewar sweetheart skiptooth sprocket as a mounting base for a tractor seat. Once I get the seating configuration resolved, the bike will be ready for a test ride.Keep going on this bike -- I've really liked it since the beginning and want to see how it turns out.
Definitely would paint the rims primer red to match the frame if I were going to keep the paint on the frame. However, I've already decided to go bare metal and leave the rims black.primer reddish ratty rims...I can really see that with the frame...
Gotta show us some pics! Glad to see you haven't given up on this one!
Looking forward to seeing it!
Apparently my old Flickr account was compromised and I was unable to access it. So I just finished making a new account . I was able to take at least one photo of what the bike currently looks like before the sun goes down, so without further adieu.......Yes, pics please!
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I guess sometimes patience actually pays off.Yay fender!
Thanks!That is one sick build.