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Mustang

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 4 FINISHED BIKES' started by Galtbacken, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. Galtbacken

    Galtbacken

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    Here are some photos of the finished bike. :)

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  2. rustydawg

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    BEAUTIFUL! Very Classy, nice paint, two thumbs up!
     
  3. vibr8shun

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    What an amazing transformation :shock: ...I can't stop looking back at the bike when you first started and now!!! :shock: Great job :D
     
  4. theVULTURE

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    wow! your work is always second to none. the Mustang looks light and fast
    beautiful, just beautiful 8)
     
  5. bikebuilder

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    NICE! I like the whole thing a lot, but that chainguard is something else. Awesome!
     
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  6. Rat Rod

    Rat Rod Owner & Founder Head Honcho Moderator

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    Great style and craftsmanship....a true work of art. :wink:
     
  7. Uncle Stretch

    Uncle Stretch Moderator

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    Deffinatly done to his high standards and quality workmanship. The bike looks amazing. Guess the rest of us can all go home now. :cry:
     
  8. herr_rudolf

    herr_rudolf

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    I love that subtle but very clever paintjob on the frame! Makes it a bit more elegant. That backfender got just the right amount of bobbing and a cool stripe. The backlight is another favorite. Your lettering has the same Jugendstil styling as the curvings on the chainguard and the brackets.
    The only thing left to say:

    'You did it again.'
     
  9. ifitsfreeitsforme

    ifitsfreeitsforme Pro Member

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    Pretty! Garnet colored jeweled bar ends would be the nugget.
     
  10. mastronaut

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    Definitely in a class by itself, sleek lines and those white tires wow! Very classy ride congrats! 8)
     
  11. mikek

    mikek

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    Another awesome Galtbacken bike! I think everyonoe in Sweden is going to be riding one soon! :wink:
     
  12. Graylock

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    I was thinking the same as I was looking through the pictures. We should expect no less from Galtbacken builds. This is one Boss Hoss!

    GL
     
  13. KOTA

    KOTA

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    A typical Galtbacken build! Beautiful and full of details.
     
  14. JOScatRATrod

    JOScatRATrod

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    well done man, This has to be a bike for really going places. big all day rides.
     
  15. Galtbacken

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    Thank you very much everyone! :) I never seem to be really prepared for such positive feedback, but I'm truly grateful that you like it! Thanks again!
     
  16. texasbigjon

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    your builds are always inspirational! :mrgreen: paint looks killer,everything ties together in a sweet package!really nicely done! :D
     
  17. kram

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    So many great little touches and the paint is just outstanding.
     
  18. Boardtrack fan

    Boardtrack fan

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    Great looking build! I love your chain guard. So many great little details. I only wish the pictures were bigger!
     
  19. meezonweelz

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    Beautiful bike, man. Love the paint work :D
     
  20. roadmaster

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    wow!!! that is one clean, highly detailed builds ive ever seen. the colors with the white tires look just right and that chainguard is awesome. :D
     

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