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Silver "Kween"

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 3 FINISHED BIKES' started by KOTA, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. KOTA

    KOTA

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    LADY BIKE, LADY BIKE....SILVER "KWEEN"

    1936 Silver King aluminum frame
    "Bent" fork from a 1945 Sterling
    36 inch sissy bar
    silver flamed banana seat
    Electra headlight
    25 inch Dyno bars
    cushioned white leather grips
    'Bunch"-o- Other stuff!.................Build Thread: viewtopic.php?f=24&t=7551

    I"M PRETTY SURE THIS ISN'T WHAT THEY HAD IN MIND, FOR THIS BIKE, IN 1936 :lol:
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  2. Timbo

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    I'm now realizing te leve of skill for my first RRBO required, very nice bike...it's missing a cute punk rawk girl riding it!
     
  3. OUTLAW

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    sweet, clean lines, great build, yep, it' a lady

    Outlaw 8)
     
  4. BrigmasterA

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    Dang. That is soo dang cool. I like it. Ya know, one of my favorite things about this site is that there's people on here who aren't afraid to take a fairly rair bike this and customize it. Rat it out. Make it bad-a. However you wanna put it. This one is so straightforward and simple. It just plain rocks. :mrgreen:
     
  5. Markm

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    Cool!! :mrgreen:
     
  6. GTCOMA

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    I love those frames. This is definately a feel good bike :D
     
  7. BLASTER

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    Craziest frame of the build-off.
    Stunning!

    Is it noticeably lighter than a similar steel frame?

    I bet it does good wheelies! 8)
     
  8. KOTA

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    Absolutely!.....For something that was made in 1936, it's amazing how light it is. I like riding it!........ You ain't never gonna see that picture! :lol:
     
  9. cman

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    Nice job.
    I ride my wife' s 1950 Schwinn Hollywood every once in a while cause is so comfy and rides nice.
     
  10. JoKeR63

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    Sweet French tips! I really like the polished aluminium, great overall look.
     
  11. Danimal

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    The photos of this bike do not show how sweet it is! I saw this bike at the Conn. show today. Great job Larry!

    Dan
     
  12. yeshoney

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    I second that! The pics do not give you any idea of the finish and the ergonomics the banana seat give it. Larry is a big guy and he fits it perfectly. Very Cool@
     
  13. ej599

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    I saw it today and this bike is real nice! Nice meetin' ya' too!
     
  14. Half Link

    Half Link

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    Hat's Off Bro! It turned out cherry!! 8)
     
  15. sensor

    sensor

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    i still say if your wife or you ever see that mailman thats looking at your bike you better pedal pretty fast.......i still dont trust that look! it looks a little shady :wink:
    looks great :mrgreen:
     
  16. KOTA

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    MAYBE, I'll get my wife a helmet just like that one!.................Maybe NOT..........She'll go POSTAL on me! :lol:

     
  17. sensor

    sensor

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    :lol: just dont let october see that comment!
     

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