(BO-X) RAMCHARGERS Drag Bike (Finished, last detailed pictures)

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I'm calling it finished! Just clean it all up and shoot some pictures now. Everything else I need to do to it will have to wait until after the move to the new house. I have to much to do this coming week to focus on.
I took it for a spin around the hood. It shifts good and rolls nice.
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How can it be a Ramcharger without a wheelie photo!!!!?????
Incredible work!!!! This one has been a blast to follow.
Amazing attention to detail!
BRAVO!!!!!
 
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Great looking & total one of a kind muscle bike . Really like that double brake & shifter . Nice work !!!!!!!


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This is my thing and curious if anyone else signs their builds?
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I have signed most of cars I've built under the carpet or up under the panel below the rear window. Most everything I paint gets tagged with a logo or has the BB logo incorporated in it somewhere .
This bike is so cool. Everything flows together and looks as if it all belongs there. Great job!
 
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You got the look of this bike down perfectly! Great job.
 
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How can it be a Ramcharger without a wheelie photo!!!!?????
Incredible work!!!! This one has been a blast to follow.
Amazing attention to detail!
BRAVO!!!!!
Perhaps I could manage a wheelie... so, looking around the shop this morning looking at the boxes of parts I've already packed for the move I spied a familure box with the words "wheelie bar wheels & hardware". Well I opened it up took out the parts and commenced to cutting and drilling.
I've seen the wheelie bar kit retail for about $150. My cost was $24! The extra sissy bars came on other bikes I had replaced seats or bars on. The axle for the wheels was a front 5/16" axle from a bad rim. Not I guess you could tack on about $50 more on to that because I broke my vise on my last turn to crimp the lower bar.
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