Is it Keno or Kend. Keno was a typical bike boom bike, supposedly made in japan, badged and sold through Wanamaker department store from...
Maybe a single leaf of a golf cart spring? I used a single leaf of a car spring and it was a bit heavy.
I'm pretty sure it's a Hedstrom 10 inch convertible model 6750e.
You forgot the Red Green bike build off.
Thanks for the compliments. I really enjoyed building this one.
If you're interested you might try to negotiate on that price. They're cool bikes, but have some oddball parts, and they aren't rare or...
I like the patina mixed with just a few modern parts. Nice work.
This one is done.
I think you nailed your streamliner/deco look. The metalwork is amazing.
I agree, it's an imported bike badged for coast to coast hardware stores.
This 1968 racer was pretty rough from sitting outside as yard art so it was a perfect candidate for a mild custom job. I've built it...
Great job on the crank/sprocket. It looks like it came that way.
I bought two Bell 1/8 chains and it's a good thing I did because the length isn't marked on the packaging. Turns out the chains are only 96 links,...
I finally got the tires and tubes in the mail. These "straight sided" tires were tough to get the bead seated all the way around. I found an old...
I got the fork and crank mounted in the frame.
I've also been building a basket for the front. I started with a wire basket and cut off the...
This whole thing is nuts.
I found a piece of scrap for the frame plate.
My stencil set was too large so I had to draw everything by hand and cut it out with an...
Bondo and paint make the welder I ain't.
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