Discussion in 'BUILD CHALLENGES' started by American Vintage Bicycle Supply, Jan 11, 2010.
Looks great Cameron.
yea your right the light make a big diffrence...Im starting to think im not going to blow you out of the water as bad now...
Also your bike is a real clean simple rat...i like it
I got a little bit done today. Had to work outside in the cold since I didn't feel like lugging this 75# bike back into the basement. I am cleaning up the original rack to use for day time riding when I don't need the battery. Gonna paint it to match the rest of the bike. I also decided that the stick shifter I was going to use for the front drum brake won't work. Now I need to find a brake handle I like.
It's been awefully quiet from the Georgia side of this build off for a while. Did the snow scare you off?
Schweeet bike! Love the colors :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
My bike is coming along great. Im still waiting on my wheels to come..
Almost. I am painting the original rack to match the bike for day riding so I don't have to lug the 12v gel cell battery around. And I will get my tail light modified tonight in my down time at work. I should have it done by this weekend.
Took advantage of the beautiful day to go for a ride and snap a few more pics while the paint was drying on the rack.
Wow bike looks good man, how are you likin that drum brake? The picture would look better if ya had it on top of the cop car HEHEHE
OK I want it back now Looks good
Glad you all like it. Thanks.
Finished my tail light. All that's left is the rack.
Got my day time rack done. I'll get it mounted tomorrow and snap a few pics with it on.
Just need to mount my tail light and finish up my wiring and I can call The Double Nickle Killer done.
Let me know when you get done, Dubby Nicky, and we can throw it to the people for their decision.
Day rack mounted teaser pic
Done! Pics. When the sun comes back, Tuesday maybe?
Here's a couple pics of my day rack in the sun.
Heres the tail light.
what happened to double's bike where you at dawg?
I just have a few more things to do to this bike before my final picture is ready.
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