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    Default Long fork chopper thread

    Hey, lets see some long fork choppers..... any make...........
    This is me with mine before I installed the S&S Pan....
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    AK

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    Pops chopper photo image_zps8yilt24y.jpeg

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    I like it Angelking. Just finished mine .
    Last edited by fastfiat; 09-29-2016 at 8:27 AM.

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    Default Nice looking scoot.

    Nice looking scoot.
    Good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfiat View Post
    I like it Angelking. Just finished mine .
    Now that is freakin' awesome

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    Thanks AK.

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    Only 12" over but kinda long.

    Dusty

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    DustyDave,that is sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddhahoodVato View Post
    Nice looking scoot.
    Good job.
    I like that one, what frame is it?

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    Is that a Santee frame?


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    Always a work in progress.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck1073 View Post
    Always a work in progress.......
    Ain't that the truth...... is that a weld on hardtail?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelking View Post
    is that a weld on hardtail?
    Not sure. I'm not the original builder. Since there's no VIN on the head tube and the tank is welded/molded to the frame, I'm assuming it's a custom built or aftermarket frame.

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    Here's my '64. The motor's a '72. Looks a bit different now.

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    Here's mine
    Last edited by vnygra; 09-30-2016 at 1:10 PM.

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    Yep, that 's the old school look that gets me going.. Would like to find one of those Invader rims......


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    This is my friend Ricks bike. He describes it as a '57 straight leg frame with a 65 Panhead lower and 66 Shovelhead top end...and the carb from a Jaguar XKE. One of the first Dick Allen narrow springers.
    It was in a 1974 issue of Street Chopper mag.

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    That...is f'in epic.


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    Here's mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck1073 View Post
    This is my friend Ricks bike. He describes it as a '57 straight leg frame with a 65 Panhead lower and 66 Shovelhead top end...and the carb from a Jaguar XKE. One of the first Dick Allen narrow springers.
    It was in a 1974 issue of Street Chopper mag.

    i like that a lot

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    vnygra,Perfect lines and a great photo.

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