This bike is based on the look of a certain type of early hot rod... the kind that would be driven on the street, driven to the drags or the dry lakes, races, and driven home. Big n' littles, aggressive stance, stripped down, and lots of speed holes. The rough character is balanced out a bit by the lady's frame, cute little fender, and polka dot ribbon. I tried to keep things tight, subtle, and simple. The bike is named after a movie of the same name. This bike has been quite the adventure. I started with no ideas really, and this bike was the only suitable project I had, so I worked with that. I am extremely happy with how this has turned out, considering the lack of "nice parts" (and money for that matter) at my disposal. Specs: Frame: CCM Ladies frame (not sure of year) Absolutely bone stock, stripped, painted lugs. Fork: Sears Free Spirit, curled out Fender: Sears Free Spirit, Custom machined spacers. Rims: Stock (R), 24x1 3/8 (F), Drilled out everywhere but the seam Tires: 26x1 3/4 (R), 24x1 3/8 (F), OLD! Hubs: Stock Favorit w/drilled strap(R), Normandy High flange, cut down and re-drilled, simplex skewer(F) Headset:Modified with Low profile top nut and counter bored top race Handlebars: Unknown, extended 3", capped and threaded. Grips: Newer CCM (Rocket ships!) with Custom machined end caps. Stem: Supercycle 10 speed Crank: Stock, Drilled out chainring Pedals: Wellego, reflectors and braces removed, end caps trimmed, holes added. Seatpost: Stock-based with extension and cap welded and smoothed Seat: Mattress style, cover and paint removed, holes drilled. Rear Light: Princess Auto mini LED work light, modified and epoxied into seat post. Twist to turn on. Front Light: Generic Battery operated, "taped for Racing" with ribbon, Solid Scrap Stainless Steel bracket. Now for some pictures: I would like to thank the following: My lovely girlfriend, for putting up with all this, and for liking the bike so much!The Staff of Spoke N' Sport, My boss for letting me use the machines, and of course all the members of this site, which has been nothing but a pleasure to visit since I joined this spring. Thank you for your kind words and inspiration. Good luck to all the builders. I've certainly had fun. Happy voting!