Wow. This is gonna be a good one.
My granddaughter calls it the watermelon bike. She makes a good point. Maybe I'll call it that in the summer.
It's just a sawed-off two-piece quill stem, a handlebar click-shifter, a U-bolt and an Ebay shift knob.
I'll join. I recently acquired a stripped down Roadmaster tanker. I'm gonna go Pee-Wee Herman on it. Mud flaps, parade bars, crash bars, the...
Done. Finis. Es todo. I'm ready for my next one, though I had a real good time putting this one together.
I settled on some long, pointy valve caps to lessen the look of my extra long tire valves:
And now, I'm...
That little thing puts a big grin on my face. All . . . my . . . friends . . . know a low rider.
Another beauty. Well done, Lee.
Cool bike, lucky kid.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, Y'ALL!!!!
A fine start indeed!
I like the way the rear tire tucks under the back of the seat.
Dang, it's coming along nicely!
It's no help now, but I have good luck with yellow over a white primer.
Man, the stuff you come up with! I can't wait.
I recently acquired a set of parade bars. There were four amber colored jewel reflectors on them. I borrowed two to replace the more modern green...
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