It looks like you need a way to attach the bars. I was in a similar situation and wanted to use dual stems coming out of the fork tubes. Ultimately, I could go another route but I was prepared not to. Let me know what you need, dude. I like the way this is turning out.
Thx buddy! Really! My problem is I'm not a welder. So I asked the guys in the custom motorbike shop if they could help me out. So as the said no problem I gave it to them and waited. Also the handlebar issue should be solved by cutting the ends and weld them to the fork tubes. Now he told me they don't have the time to do it... So I ordered another fork which fits the frame but it's on delay...:banghead:
Finally it's done! As the fork I got from my friend was 1 1/8 I had to source something else. The final fork came from a ladies bike (we call them holland - bikes) made for 635 sized wheels as a regular 28" fork didn't work. So I added some additional bars to make it look more oldschool. And found a new place for the towhook!
The rear fender was another thing to solve but it's now fixed and not touched by the tire any more.
I wish i could post some pix in the sun but the weather here won't get better soon...
oh yeah... shifting is more "finding gears" but it works... all 8!!!