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1927 Elgin Motorbike built as an Indian boardtracker tribute....

ElgIndian

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Build thread:
http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/elgindian-1927-elgin-boardtracker.98206/

ElgIndian's parts list:
Frame : 1927 Elgin Motorbike
Wheels : Murray with Bendix red band
Fork : Schwinn with Ford Model A leaf spring & brake components
Headbadge : Handmade/Handpainted
Fenders : What fenders?
Chain guard : Believed to be a Shelby
Crank : spare parts bin
Sprocket : Unknown, parts bin
Lights : Harley Davidson turn signal
Seat : Wright swap meet find
Stem : Schwinn
Pedals : Waffle Block Schwinn, Thanks to JD's Antique Bike Rescue
Bars : Modern Schwinn Comfort bike frame donated
Grips : Unknown, swap meet find
Kick stand : Unknown, came with the frame
Front tire : Sunlite/Kenda K927 Cream 26x2.125
Back tire : Sunlite/Kenda K927 Cream 26x2.125
Tank : Hardwood replica, handmade brass brackets
Seat post : No seatpost, one-off Ford Model A leaf spring
Thanks to Babits Bikes and JD's Antique Bike Rescue for the last-minute assistance

ALL work performed by ME! Fabrication, paint, lettering, pinstripes, bar wrap...TOTALLY IN-HOUSE!!

All photos were taken at an old railroad warehouse in the historic Warehouse District of Greenville, NC. It is currently owned by the university. All photos via my iPhone 6...

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 
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Well done, very trick.
 

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Custom leaf spring fork / rockers, wrapped bars, tank, pin striping, frame patina....well done all around Brett!:41:

....and some great 'parting shots' to boot!
 
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The use of Model A parts on the fork was genius, this build has been fun watching come together.You did a great job with this one, I don't see a thing I would change.:thumbsup:
 
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That's a jaw dropper for sure :13:.
 

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