Vintage Trouble

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 8 FINISHED TRADITIONAL BIKES' started by LowpowerD, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. LowpowerD

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  2. King Zebba

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    Sweet! 8)
     
  3. LukeTheJoker

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    Nicely done! Not over the top and a nice riding bike too I bet!

    Luke.
     
  4. aka_locojoe

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    Very cool. Less is more. Will make for a great rider.
     
  5. bebopblu

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    Clean and simple.......nice bike
     
  6. Scribble

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    nice bike you did a good job
     
  7. Gold Street Customs

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    Vintage C 8) 8) L
     
  8. LowpowerD

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    Thanks for all the positive comments guys.
    Yes it's simple and yes it rides great.
     
  9. deorman

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    8) 8)
     
  10. MazdaFlyer

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    Sweet and simple. Nice detail.
     
  11. Nice, clean, simple, rat rod.
     
  12. noodlenoggin

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    Nice, clean bike. :)
     
  13. Funkme

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    Simplicity at its finest...
    Seems a few have gone this direction this year,well done...
     
  14. MplsCoaster

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    +1! nice details too
     
  15. Heavy Pedal

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    Great color schemes!!
     
  16. LowpowerD

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    Yeah, at first I thought the blue wasn't dark enough. But I'm loving it now.
    Added a Miller kickstand and a Pearson siren.
     
  17. LowpowerD

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    Thanks again for all the positive comments guys.
    I've been riding the wheels off it every chance I can get. I get good reactions from everyone that sees it. I get a lot of comments about the paint. Most people are surprised when I tell them that it's rattle can from Walmart!
    This being the third bike I've painted, I think I'm starting to "get it."

    Are they ever really finished?
    Added a much needed kick stand:
    A Miller (with patent number)
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    IMG_0736 by LowpowerD, on Flickr

    And a very loud Pearson siren.
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    IMG_0737 by LowpowerD, on Flickr
     
  18. kingfish254

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    Great details and execution!
    CONGRATS!
     

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