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    killer build man!

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    sweet build

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    Stoked to see more

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    Way cool you working with your old man on it. My Dad helped me drop a 302 Ford into a 1956 Austin Healey that was a great project. I wish he had lived long enough to work together on more projects.

    My kids have zero interest in cars or bikes, so I am pinning my hopes on either my youngest marrying a motor head or my grandson! ( I think I have a better shot with him ).

    Really like where you took the bike, nice realization of your vision.

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    Hey guys, havent posted in a while, but shes finally done!

    Untitled by datwagn, on Flickr

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    Love it, nice work man

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    Love that seat! Nice Bike

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    Very nice that's a classic...

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    The longer forks really set it up right, love it man ! Proper!

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    Another update post!

    Could never get the stock CV carb to run right so i said fuck it and bought an S&S Super E. Paired it with a Mooneyes spun cleaner
    Me and the old man decided to polish up the jugs and heads, looks much cleaner than the black.

    Biggest change was literally the whole fucking front end.

    Mullins narrow trees, polished them up.
    CT Newman headlight
    OLD STF adjustable rabbits
    Prism Super throttle
    went 8 over on the forks (was 6 over)
    had a buddy of mine shave down my Lowbrow tapers lowers for tire clearance, then polished them
    had Buchanan build me a new front wheel with a narrower hub, old hub was a pube too wide.

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