Yes, I am in the process of making a fiberglass tank for it.Can we expect to see some more epic fiberglass modifications on this sweet wishbone? As usual, I'm excited to see what you build!
Wouldn't that be ironic! No gender benders for this one.Cool frame, but I notice it already has a top tube...
Are you going to gender swap it to a girls bike and then add a tank to make it male again?
That's actually why I'm building this bike.Awesome!!
This is one of my faves which I'll be building it up eventually. I just need to decide on a build plan and get the right parts. I love these old double bar wishbones. I'd like to fine another but there's a hens teeth thing that comes to mind.IF not, I'd be in the market for that frame!
The short answer is yes. Here is a link to all of the parts that I offer.Love those wishbone Shelbys. Are you reproducing both the full tank and the no nose?
I just checked out your FB page and catalog. Some beautiful stuff there! I'm going to have to save up a few duckets. The question is Gladys or Abner. Both great options.The short answer is yes. Here is a link to all of the parts that I offer.
I've been selling the Shelby Airflow and Arrow tanks for a while now. I have wanted to make the 'No-Nose' tanks since I started making the other two Speedline tanks to complete the three versions of Shelby tanks used on the wishbone frames. Earlier in the 1930's before the Speedline bikes were produced with what is known as the "Peanut' but I digress.
I'm really looking forward to producing the No Nose tanks very soon and building Abner to show it being used!