Gig Mata's Dreamcatcher Indian Arrow

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  1. gigmata

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    The purchase of a house went through for me and i had been packing, moving/setting up so I haven't been of the forum nor have I had time to snap post blue tape pics. I have had much sleep either but that will change. That being said, here is my entry:

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  2. OneHorsePower

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    Love it ! well done :thumbsup:
     
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  3. KJV

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    Super Nice .
     
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  4. Falstaff

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    Congrats on the house, sorry about all that mowing you'll have to do now.

    Bike looks great tho, another great Gig build I'd love to have.
     
  5. gigmata

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    Thank you Falstaff. My grass is all but dead and splotchy. The seller was supposed to leave the lawn mower but I guess she saw no need since the grass was on death's door.

    As for building bikes goes I hope to be doing videos by the end of August. We shall see. I have a lot to learn about this house and How to take care of it.

    Gig




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  6. gigmata

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    Thank you. I like how it just looks simple. Its sister bike, Dreamcatcher is fancy with fenders and such.


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  7. gigmata

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    Thank you,KJV.


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  8. The Renaissance Man

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    So clean and nice! Just what we've come to expect from all of your builds!
     
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  9. gigmata

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    That is high praise from one of the few people on this planet that I actually envy. Now that I have a garage I am going to get some tools and ascend to your game, Jim. . Deco DeLuxe is the topic of most notifications that I get. Your craftsmanship is superb.


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  10. Falstaff

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    I for one can't wait for this to happen, I love what you do with Felt bikes. But I wanna see you build another old one.
     
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  11. gigmata

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    [​IMG]
    Although I am not fully moved in these bikes are.


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  12. Falstaff

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    Looks like a theatre.
     
  13. gigmata

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    It does. I didn't go in the water but I had to take a photo [​IMG]


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