Next thing to try an get right was body work, i've chopped shortened front fender but maintained front stay, most people chop them but i think it gives a more stock like look, but oddball at same time. Paint is very drab with dogshit brown and cream as colour of choice. It what i had on shelf
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Wednesday, 19 June 2013
More stuff for dirty japanese
This dirty bike starting to come together now. Finding bits is always tough, but i've been collecting bits for years. I think ive got enough bits to finally build up something. Its going to be quite grungy looking. It all started with a pre-war rack (apparently pre war racks were riveted, post war bolted) that was so rusty it made me think rest of bike had to be in same vain
Two old friends are off to there new homes
Brian's dave mann inspired pan chop is a great bike. Very show like. It rides great and has plenty of punch. Also 50E panhead is off to new owner. It is just a great old bike that rides. It looks shabby, but dont be deceived it, it great on road, kicks 1st time, brakes even stop it pronto.
another dirty japanese project to do
This 1945 knucklehead motor is finally coming together. It may look dirty from outside but its all performance inside. S+S crank turned down, S+S Premium rods, S+S pistons,etc etc
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