Arrrg! Can you re-download from your PBucket account? I know you can from Flickr...Well today my pc decided to crash and die on me...
Spent all day reloading windows,but have lost everything,all the pics of 1910 and other builds.
All I have is what is here and fb,and photobucket...
I will and I think I have pics backed up on a harddrive of my other bikes.I can use what ever I can from fb etc...Arrrg! Can you re-download from your PBucket account? I know you can from Flickr...
Excellent builds,how come I missed all these?Wow just read this start to finish, don't know how I missed it?
Awesome Funkme, what a machine, love the video of riding
around your island home. I too live on a island and love them
Indians as well! Did you see my other Indians, building a cycle
one in BOTEN as you have spotted.
Great build, bike and story!
1914 Indian replica
This is your best build yet. It's BEAUTIFUL!Have had the bike inside for a few days now.Due to another coldish snap and rain etc.
Also recovering from a BBQ n paddy's day...
Everything I ordered for the bike has arrived,so time to start mounting it all.
All the lil doodads,a tribe of injuns.View attachment 9201 The tank mountedView attachment 9198 The front fender + wheels + forks mountedView attachment 9199 The rolling chassisView attachment 9200 The shifter mounted,still have to shorten the cable and house it.View attachment 9202 View attachment 9204The glass fuel filter,mounted onto the brass fitting that came with the bike,originally on the top bar.View attachment 9205Air filter cap on.Needs more blackView attachment 9206 The engine is on.View attachment 9207 View attachment 9208I want to take off the rear motorized sprocket and add another slice of rubber or wood,this way it allows the chain to be not so close to the tire.
In the end I cut the bottom feathers away,looks more simple.View attachment 9209The front fender mascot,is a lead toy injun. I didn't go with the bottle opener,as only one side has the print,but I have used that else where.View attachment 9203Tomorrow,is the rest of the welding and hopefully get the rear sprocket done.
So much WIN! Awesome craftsmanship as usual, everything about this build is perfect! Congrats in advance, Kimberly ;-)4 more pics,that couldn't fit in the last lot.
Next to a restored Benz
20-View attachment 9451Old house with blue gate.
21-View attachment 9452Peek-a-boo locals
22-View attachment 9453Back home
23-View attachment 9454 Ok so need help choosing what ones are the best pics to post on the finished section...