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What did you buy yourself for Christmas ?

Discussion in 'BIKE TALK' started by nwt76, Dec 25, 2011.

  1. nwt76

    nwt76

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    I bought several things for myself the wife said just buy what you want !
    So I did, and have bought several things since that haven't arrived yet.
    Take a look :shock:
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  2. ozzmonaut

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  3. nwt76

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    That's a good looking frame 8)
    Can't wait to see what you do with it.
     
  4. LarzBahrs

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    Dude whats that second springer off of? I love it! :D :D
     
  5. nwt76

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    Huffman or Huffy Dial you ride springer
     
  6. Anonymous

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    Saweet!
     
  7. Wildcat

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    Great bike! I see so many good frames I want, but they just aren't in the budget. I did get one for Christmas, it's not here yet, but it's coppertone! It wasn't in the budget, I won the football pool at work.

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  8. Anonymous

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    Is that a Typhoonie? ^
     
  9. SCHWINNRAY69

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    nwt76-

    You got a Brooks and a set of Electra Fatti-o's! :shock: Lucky :p Merry Christmas :wink:
     
  10. deorman

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    Pried open my wallet and got new cables, housing, and brake handles for my DX project, and a handlebar to replace the one I snagged off my Roadmaster.

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  11. A.Messina

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    A custom made brown leather banana seat for my latest build "Lil Pony" Still in the works photos to come in the near future.
     
  12. TheFlyingDingo

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    Not bike related, but I'm considering getting a K&N Open air filter for my Crown Vic. But i'm buying small parts for bikes I need to finish.
     
  13. Road Master

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    That's the most interesting DX I've ever seen. If you didn't know it was a DX you'd think that's a great looking modern bike - it LOOKS Right! Something about the overall look with the components make it look more like my Dyno Motoglide than a DX. Excellent use of parts - it's practically - no definitely ART! Great Job! Robert
     
  14. deorman

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    Thanks, I'm really happy with how it worked out. Rides great. :D
     
  15. firestonepilot

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    How about a bike hauler, my 2008 Chevy Crew Cab 4X4 Z71.
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  16. bmxerpete

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    After buying Christmas gifts for the kids and wife there wasn't any money left, so all I bought myself were a few Hot Wheels. But I did pick up the new re-releases of the Snake and the Mongoose, so it's all good.
     
  17. Charles

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    Bought paint & built a hooptie'
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  18. deorman

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    Nice! Love the colors. 8)
     
  19. Anonymous

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    NICE,Hoopties are cool,and fun to build.

    Um...your back wheel is laced wrong.

    (im a "Spoker",I notice things like that)



    Dont get me wrong,I am NOT putting your bike down in any way.Im just sayin'...
     
  20. dos cruiser

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    I picked up a truck & trailer load of bikes & frames. I looked like a junk man going to the dump, piled high & rolling slow, so I didn't lose anything. :shock:
    I found a Raleigh Super Coarse 12, an odd road frame looks home made (or at lest not factory) in the mix. About 55 other bikes & frames, wheels, boxes of parts. some of the parts are brand new in the box.
    A new fuel pump, water pump & belts for my truck. :cry: I'll going though all of this later today, so I'll try to get some pix of I have enough light in the building.
     

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