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    The Blockhead

    Welcome. Interesting idea, good start
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    Here it is assemble, not finished I am still waiting on decals and new pedals if I can find some. The was made entirely with parts i had laying around ( except for the paint). the before I The after
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    Painting done, assembly started
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    MacNeil 265c 26 bmx

    I picked this up because my project pile was down to about 150 units, in other words I needed it. It needs a lot of love. It maybe next years bmx build off victim. It is a nice light frame. I will see how many parts I can gather between now and next year
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    I finally got the frame and wheels back from the soda blaster And started painting. Not sure on the color. I found a cast iron color i am going to try on the wheels.
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    Show me your cool little details! ~:The Little Things:~

    Here are a few, a spot light from a 1920’s English taxi, a knife light switch, old cake serving plates, a propeller made from old bolts and a tinker toy piece, and a spittoon and a lock
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    Moulton 4 Speed

    Here is a rare little one made for kids
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    Psycho 78'

    great frame to start with, have fun
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    Bike Art - Wall Hangers - Yard Art - What have you?

    How is this broom coming along, Halloween will be here shortly
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    I have changed the stem, making it closer to bike. And I added pegs to the back. Next I am going to try wheels with 48 spokes and see how that looks.
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    Great start
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    Yes MattI if I did not buy them they would still be counting them. tonite I added the wheels, tires, seat and post. I am not stuck on the wheels ( the color I choose may change my mind) and the stem looks awkward to me. But this is just the mock up, things usually change.
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    Because of the interest in the fork, I started there. I had a little battle getting the stem out.
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    I was working in a bike shop and was just about to start my 3rd inventory there. I new the boss had counted it for the last 10 years. I took it to him and said “ do you want to count this again or do you want to sell it to Me for 20 bucks“. He sold it to me. I did not know who made it, I just...
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    thanks Hamppea for letting me know who made the forks. I will get started on the bike soon.
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    First off let me apologize for the CHEEZY name. The victim is about a 2002 Dyno street series tag. I believe this was designed for department stores. I will attempt to make it a park bike with more interesting components I have lying around. I am in the middle of a kitchen Reno, so reports will...
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    Bike Art - Wall Hangers - Yard Art - What have you?

    I got the broom idea from ratrodder TRM. Details- the Norton is made from a 1966 CCM. One day I was looking at the CCM, and got a vision and there it is. I stretched it about 4 inches. The wheels were in the shed and that’s it. PS it is a horrible thing to ride ( that’s why it is on the wall)...
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    Original owner 1967 Buzz Bike Eliminator

    Killer, looks great
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    Flying Scot Before and After

    Wow nice transformation, great lines Looks awesome