RRBBO - 60's Western Flyer

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  1. Clothespin n

    Clothespin n

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    so do I basscadet!!!

    and thanks again everyone......
     
  2. Markm

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    Incredibly cool Kev!!!!
     
  3. Hotdoggin'

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    You're friggin' killin' it!!!

    As if the bike wasn't enough, your pics at the Texaco station are incredible. ...Reflection off the puddle, vintage Texaco, red/white... I'm at a loss for compliments.
     
  4. Clothespin n

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    Mark and Rich,
    and everyone else....

    thanks for the feedback.
    this is my First Custom Build so it means a lot to me
    to hear it.

    peace,
    Kev.
     
  5. Hooch

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    looks great bro good luck in the judging
     
  6. ricksterr1221

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    Kev, Nice bike man i could have NEVER guessed that was your first custom build, You did a beautiful job on this bike.. I had my doubts in the beginning but wholey smokes man! You deffinantly changed my mind, Beautiful bike Kevin. You got MADSKILLZ!

    Your friend, The-Ricksterr.
     
  7. Multipass

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    Is there an emoticon for a standing ovation? Great job on the build & Nashira's photo's are the icing on the cake. It's great to finally see the whole bike in one picture!

    -Mp
     
  8. xddorox

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    My hat off to you Kev for a fantastic build.
     
  9. yustin

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    that thing turned out perfect, man. good job. I had fun watching the progress and learned some stuff too. Awesome.
     
  10. ricksterr1221

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    I think we all learned some stuff...
     
  11. Hooch

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  12. krazi

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    that has to be one of the bitchinest bikes I've ever looked at!
    great job!
     
  13. Clothespin n

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    Thanks for that Krazi.....

    peace,
    Kev.
     
  14. CCR

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    best in show man, for the shifter and chainring
     
  15. Coronado

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    That's a FANTASTIC bike Clothespin, great work. As I told you before I love the details on it, there' a lot to see on that bike! :)
     
  16. skoda

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    Thanks for the great documentation of this bike. It's incredible! Wow. :shock:
     
  17. Clothespin n

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    Thanks Bro,

    Kev.
     
  18. bonez

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    Hi kev! Your BO piks r like a very good how 2.Your craftsmanship is 1 of a kind, n you sure put passion in what u do.Thing i like the most other than the Offenhauser ''valve covers'' is the diamond knob shifter,totally stylish.I know i told u already in my thread how much i liked your bike but i thought i'd do it on yours as well.
    Thumbz up!
     
  19. Clothespin n

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    Thanks again bonez..
    and everyone else.

    The build was fun and I would like to take this chance to
    Thanks the Forum for including me.

    The Crowd for the great comments

    A few members for the Tec Talk in Private Messages along the way.

    I had Fun..I learned a lot on my Bike,
    and watching everyone else build theirs

    Peace,
    Kev.
     
  20. raleigh boi

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    Kev you really pulled that one off that bike is brilliant, I wish things like that came from my kitchen, food gets a bit boring after a while. Love it!!!!

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Mat
     

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