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  1. #1081

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMainMuel View Post
    V Star 1100

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    Man that is perfection!

  2. #1082

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    Looking nice, so what happened with this build?

  3. #1083

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewc View Post
    Drooling. Fork shrouds gives it that extra.

  4. #1084

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    '94 VLX. After four years of tinkering with this build in my scarce spare time, she's finally complete. Everything you see is powder coat - the wheels, exhaust, tins, motor, frame, forks...all of it.

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    Alrighty, I just finished my first chopper, after a long time owning the bike and changing things over the last year it's good enough to call done for now. It's a 2000xvs650.Click image for larger version. 

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    I'm currently working on a 1981 Virago 750, I love the idea of guys building choppers before there was even a parts catalog, so I've just been using parts bikes and hand made parts. Since I got it for a case of beer and made everything for free so far, it's name is Pennyless.Click image for larger version. 

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  7. #1087

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    My cb500 72
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  8. #1088

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrokeAss View Post
    '94 VLX. After four years of tinkering with this build in my scarce spare time, she's finally complete. Everything you see is powder coat - the wheels, exhaust, tins, motor, frame, forks...all of it.

    8214 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210623_225645 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210623_144652 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210623_145247 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210623_230412 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210618_140716 by Some Dude, on Flickr

    20210618_140745 by Some Dude, on Flickr
    That's one beautiful bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchet54 View Post
    What the shit?!?

    Where were you when George Miller was making Fury Road?
    It's exactly what I described, a home built version of the front end used on some 80's racing bikes (including the Britten V1000) and on some recent BMW's (k1200/1300/1600). I put about 5k miles on it, a lot of that riding to work and back, then had electrical problems I haven't yet fixed.

    I was already building this when Fury Road was announced, but didn't finish it until a year or so after the release date. I'd LOVE to work on vehicles for one of his new films. I actually took this bike to a huge Mad Max festival held in the CA desert and won :best bike" in their vehicle show. This shot is from the "parade" they had.


  10. #1090

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    Here's my take on a cafe racer using a Gen1 2002 Suzuki SV650 It is being built for go and show.
    Next is a custom tank.
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