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  1. N.Kildare1718

    N.Kildare1718

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    E7D7294B-0684-4020-82CC-435033FB3D34.jpeg C66147CD-C858-4C18-9590-6014904F0B46.jpeg 476991FD-FC9C-4724-B4D8-3064B4636F02.jpeg 30950810-9383-467A-A519-AFF905568776.jpeg 43770D84-767B-4303-8599-354EC1AB5748.jpeg BA0BA74A-99A5-483F-86BB-377A5370B829.jpeg F6EA33F1-F6FB-43C7-AFF7-9EFD91DF7BBA.jpeg 90311579-49A2-451F-88D2-00020D12506F.jpeg Bike started as a 1979 ladies Schwinn Collegiate 3 speed with coaster brake 24”. Front wheel came off of a Stingray OC chopper and back wheel off a Huffy. Both from a trash pile. I unlaced the wheels and wrapped with Leopard skin tape. Painted the forks and chainguard with gold paint added black Decals. Made a quality decal on down tube using leopard tape. Krate Springer sissy. OG Persons solo polo. Knobby Tires and low profile apehangers.
    After the wheel transformation this build was mostly adding parts that I had to make a cool bike.
    Simple but quality build.
     
  2. OddJob

    OddJob

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    Well done as always! This is one kitty cat with some growl to it! Nice touches all around.
     
  3. Dr. Tankenstein

    Dr. Tankenstein

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    Nice work! With the popularity of leopard print these days, I could see this bike being very easy to flip/gift/keep


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  4. MattiThundrrr

    MattiThundrrr

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    I love the leopard print rims. Like she's wearing the Friday night shoes!
     
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  5. kingfish254

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

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    My wife would love those wheels! Well done.
     
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