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    Default '64 tr6 trophy assembly

    in november, 2008, billdozer paid a visit to classic cycles inc. in orange, ca. he snagged this shot of my trump build and posted it in his blog.



    by june, 2009, the mockup stage was completed and we were satisfied we could prep for final assembly.



    over the first weekend in august, the frame arrives from T Markus Customs and immediately impresses everyone with the quality of the work.



    The oil tank arrived with the frame. It quickly went on, followed by the gas tank a couple of weeks later.


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    Default '64 tr6 trophy assembly

    Torch and Gepetto install the fender.



    it's a beautiful sight to behold when the motor goes in.



    Torch applies the knee grips.



    One of the motor mounts that Classic Cycles designed and produced goes on.


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    A view with knee grips and seat added.



    Another angle.



    And finally, a closer look at the striping on the tank.



    with any luck, you'll see this project completed in the weeks ahead.

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    God damn, nobody told me my hair was that currly!!

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    Dang that bike looks nice clean lines not cluttered up very nice Good Work!

    What did you use to glue on the knee pads I have a set that goes on like those wasnt sure what people use .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by KT View Post
    Dang that bike looks nice clean lines not cluttered up very nice Good Work!

    What did you use to glue on the knee pads I have a set that goes on like those wasnt sure what people use .....
    We use black weather strip adhesive , some use the yellow contact cement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gepetto View Post
    God damn, nobody told me my hair was that currly!!
    We're not sure how much ridicule you can take..........
    nice avatar curly
    Last edited by Torch; 08-30-2009 at 8:26 PM.

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    I happen to really like my avatar!

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    that color is AWESOME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by image1 View Post
    that color is AWESOME!
    I am planning on having this bike finished by the BORN FREE show at our shop so if any of you guys want to come over to the FREE BBQ and bike show and see this and many other bikes you are all welcome.Click image for larger version. 

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    the pictures really don't even do the bike justice!

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    What kind of springer is that? And what is the measurement from the axcel to the bottom of the fork. The bike is cool, like the color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torch View Post
    I am planning on having this bike finished by the BORN FREE show at our shop so if any of you guys want to come over to the FREE BBQ and bike show and see this and many other bikes you are all welcome.
    and if it's not finished, just ignore the mopey dude hanging around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smalls View Post
    the pictures really don't even do the bike justice!
    thanks a lot. in the meantime, i'll try to do better photography. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by busfreak View Post
    What kind of springer is that? And what is the measurement from the axcel to the bottom of the fork. The bike is cool, like the color.
    that's a flyrite shorty currently undergoing some cosmetic modifications. it's 17 1/2 inches from bottom of neck to rear rocker pivot.

    thanks, man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhythmOil View Post
    thanks a lot. in the meantime, i'll try to do better photography. ;-)
    Yeah Steve, work on better photo skills! My hair looks way more flowy in person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gepetto View Post
    Yeah Steve, work on better photo skills! My hair looks way more flowy in person!
    And if the camera adds about ten pounds can you take a pic of the top of my head?

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    insane color scheme so subtle..but so sick.

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    nice work dudes!

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    Man, thanks for the info on the springer. Can't wait to see it finished.

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