(WBO) X.L. Higgins

Discussion in 'WINTER 2015 BUILD OFF' started by deven_science, Jan 4, 2015.

  1. X-RAY

    X-RAY

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    i was gonna suggest stretching the tank, but the nanner seat would work too.
     
  2. deven_science

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    I actually finished it today, only two weeks into the build off. I went with a paint scheme which is brighter than I normally like, but I was trying to match both the original paint of the fork, and the seat I made. There are endless little details on this.
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    NOS 7/8" motorcycle grips, LED headlight, trophy topper, hub caps, raccoon tail, Maui County bicycle tag, German fender ornament, Spikes for fender bracket mounts, Iranian license plate, chess piece valve stem caps, and custom made leather seat.

    I'm really happy with this one.
     
  3. GuitarlCarl

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    Done did do...
    You have another bike in this build too.
    Better get on it! Only 11 or 12 weeks left...
    (something like that)

    Carl.
     
  4. patman73

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    i have spikes on 3 of my bikes as fender brace mounts
     
  5. LukeTheJoker

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    Nicely done!

    Luke.
     
  6. Big Ape

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    Very Cool, nice doodads but not overly done! You certainly made quick work out of this one.
     
  7. kingfish254

    kingfish254 CHECK OUT MY SALE THREAD FOR COOL STUFF! Pro Member

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    Excellent work on this build! Great fab work and excellent doodads!
    BRAVO!!!
     
  8. jats

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    wow momma jats and I have not even entered yet!! great job!!
     
  9. The Renaissance Man

    The Renaissance Man __CERTIFIED DIVER__ (Open Water & Open Dumpster)

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    Man that's quick work. Turned out great!
     
  10. Schwinnspastic

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    Cut and dried and to the point , "Super Cool" build !!:cool2::cool2::113::113:
    Mark
     
  11. SILVERKINGPC

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  12. metalchewy

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    You're already finished one and I am just starting to think thru what I'm gonna do to mine!

    Very nicely done. Looks Great!.
     
  13. chattymatty

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    Love the low slung look. Diggin' it!
     
  14. Henry Sanchez

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    seeing this last pics helps a lot in wanting to make a frame, and I have the slightest clue, but this helps. Your bike is my favorite so far in the event. Great work!
     

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