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    @workingclassmoto closing in on the finish line!

  2. #282

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    Hey all- if you're a builder from a previous year. Bear and I are looking for finished or recent photos of your builds. Email them to matt@oldbikebarn.com. Thanks!

  3. #283

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    Yet another sweet shot from Mike Vandegriff of @jakesmithmotorworks gettin on it
    Last edited by OldBikeBarnMatt; 10-20-2015 at 10:59 AM.

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    Here's a "beauty" shot of Jimmy Dean Horn and his sportster!

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    Excellent news from Working Class Moto- It's alive!!!

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    Well, it has been a while since this awesome event took place. It's time for me to throw up a few updated pics! It has taken a while because I have been incredibly busy. I had been working a full time job and running my shop full time since Feb. A few days before the Greasy Dozen Run, I quit my full time job and am now doing my shop full time. Let me say that all of the sponsors were incredibly generous and very helpful and more than great to work with. Thank you all very much! I would definitely be doing business with all of them in the future. This bike wouldn't be anywhere near where it is without you guys! Thank you to Bear and Old Bike Barn for everything you did and for throwing a great event! It is definitely worth it just to go see the cool spot in Columbus where the first nights event was held. Its like a compound filled with Builders dreams... All who attended were treated very well and it was awesome getting to see 5 other GD builders rides in person and getting to meet them and everyone was super cool. Also, who could complain about free food and beer?! The atmosphere was awesome and Ride to Ruin was great as well. The second night at the property was a whole other experience. Once again awesome food and drink after a bunch of rad rides rode for about three hours to get to the property. There was a huge bonfire with fire-walkers, burn outs and an experience that you can only have when you are in the middle of literally nowhere, surrounded by a bunch of chopper riders! Thank you so much, its been a blast!

    Some pics of my finished build. I got it running at 1:30 am the morning I was leaving for Ohio.
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    Some of the engraving I did that you can't see in the pics
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    This is a compilation pic of some of the other details you can't see. The turn signals are there to keep it street legal but are hidden until I turn them on. The turn signal buttons and headlight switch are drilled directly into the handlebars for a clean look.
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    Best chopper even if it is a swinger
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    Some pics from the second night
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    Thanks again. L&R to all the other builders and sponsors and all those who helped to make this happen!
    ~Juggernaut

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    GD After Dark by Mike Vandegriff

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    A few shots of Maker Moto's Shovel- Is this running yet?

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    The Greasy Dozen Collective produced a great collection of #builtnotbought bikes this year- want to take a look at all the builds and congratulate every builder. Thanks to all the sponsors too- looking forward to #greasydozen 2016.

    Juggernaut Cycles Shovel Chop


    Austin Martin Originals Triumph 650


    Jake Smith Motorworks HD Flathead


    Working Class Moto Honda CB750


    Johaan Dizon Triumph 650


    Jimmy Dean Horn HD Sportster


    Idaho Chad Daly Yamaha XS650


    Jordan Heathcock Slop Shop Shovelhead Long Chop


    Kustom Research HD Sportster Cafe


    Yard Bike Mike Feeny Yamaha XS650
    Last edited by OldBikeBarnMatt; 11-03-2015 at 3:16 PM.

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    Hey folks, Heres a photo of me and my son with my bike complete. Looks like the photo Matt uploaded was from earlier in my build. Big thanks to all the sponsors in this event. I had a great time and I'm super pumped on how my XS650 turned out.
    Last edited by CBobber13; 11-09-2015 at 6:54 AM.

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