~~ SpaceRay ~~

Discussion in 'THE OTHER BIKES' started by yeshoney, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. yeshoney

    yeshoney

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    As requested by Hooch. It started life as a 24" Sears Spaceliner and soon was born the @@SpaceRay@@. Mag Sprocket, Springer seat, 20" front wheel, 5 speed Twist Grip shifter for stealth, dual redline 24" rear slickand big Wald handlebars.

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  2. Hooch

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    i still think thats one of the coolest custom bikes ever built man
    I love it!
     
  3. new_dharma

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    WOW! lotsa-chrome!

    Nice bike
     
  4. Hooch

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    did you finish it off before you sold it? or did the next guy
     
  5. cman

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    Wicked bike. That has all the bells and whistles
     
  6. aka_locojoe

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    Very cool! Never seen that sprocket before.
     
  7. Clothespin n

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    very cool bike...

    and I like The Hotwheels garage/Elevator on the speaker..
    I remember cranking up my cars to the top on one of those..
    :lol:
     
  8. outsider13

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    WOW what a beauti !! :shock: :shock: ....and you sold it? :cry: :cry: :|
     
  9. karfer67

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    that is awsome i am really starting to like muscle bikes. how did you do that bar that is under the seat? also what is that sprocket off of? very cool bike super clean just like i like.
     
  10. yeshoney

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    Stock Frame...

    The Bike frame is a stock chrome Sears Spaceliner. It had 24" wheels on it and I just converted it over. In the pics you can see the caliper hanging there. I could not find the finished pics which had 24 " wheels front and back with Western Flyer White Walls on it. THese pics were for Mock up to see if The buyer wanted the stock wheels for a 20" front wheel. He ended up taking the 24" wheels. The sprocket was a find indeed and I kick myself in the but for selling it with the bike, heck I kick myself for selling the bike period, but you gotta do what you gotta do. The sprocket came on the Rollfast Top Drag 24 x 16 bike. It may have come on other bikes by Rollfast, but not sure.
     
  11. Hooch

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    it would look perfect beside any Darryl Starbird creation!

    truley my favorite alltime custom build and I have seen 1000s

    snagged them off the Schwinn site
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  12. xddorox

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    WICKED! This bike screams "JETSON'S"
     
  13. rd62rdstr1

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    I was the buyer. Absolutely beautiful bike. A true dream to ride! Unfortunately, I also made the mistake of selling it. As far as bike are concerned, this is the one that got away.

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  14. LukeTheJoker

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    At least it is out there being enjoyed!
     
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