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Prewar motobike rat/restore

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by MORTUNDEAD, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. MORTUNDEAD

    MORTUNDEAD

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    So i picked up this motobike at a swapmeet as an upside-down bike. It lived a hard life, and it showed. I had to grind off the pole welded to the BB just to get it right-side-up. A couple months and three cannibalized bikes later, here she sits in krylon ruddy brown and cream. The only part used from when i got it is the frame. I have absolutely no idea what it is, maybe snyder built? looks cool, anyway... [​IMG]
     
  2. MORTUNDEAD

    MORTUNDEAD

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    BEFORE :shock: [​IMG]
     
  3. DaytonaRat

    DaytonaRat

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    Waste that frame as a tall bike?! People are crazy...lol. Looks good man glad she looks right again... 8)

    What you pay? If you don't mind sharing...

    *Bicycle Smith's Studio*
     
  4. MORTUNDEAD

    MORTUNDEAD

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    I paid 50 bucks. And I tried to save it as a tall bike, actually, but the people who built it didn't exactly do it well...
     

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