Re: BrettMavrik's Production Bobber Frame For Builders Has Begun...
I might be interested in the complete bike for a younger fellow if the price is good. I don't really see why you need to strip off the wheels,fenders and the crank off that particular bike if you are trying to sell it.
As far as your bobber goes , from a marketing point you should have a powdercoat frame to illustrate the final results. and I think the color should match your tins. Not all bobbers are rats. and certainly not with Cobra scheme paint jobs.