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1904 Indian replica

Discussion in 'Board Trackers and Vintage Motorized Bicycles' started by jezusjonz, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. jezusjonz

    jezusjonz New Member

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    Well I finally gave my old build the finishing touches. Paint, new motor, decals. This has been my favorite build to date. Hope you enjoy the pictures.
    Terry
     

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  2. Finfan

    Finfan New Member

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    Very nice!! Do you have any pictures of an original for comparison? I love those old time MB's!
     
  3. jezusjonz

    jezusjonz New Member

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    Yea the original is in Pictures and Videos under the same title but heres a pic of it again.
     

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    kipharley New Member

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    Very Cool.Love the tank,do you feel the extra traction with the tank on the back fender?(Just kidding)You guys have me noodling about the next bike I'll build.My 1st and only is a wal-mart Del-Ray and a 50cc 2 cycle but that was all it took to get me hooked!
     
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    very nice looking bike. like the neatness of it.
     
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    that thing is radd...i love that tank...its really close to the original
     
  7. jezusjonz

    jezusjonz New Member

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    Yea it was my first attempt and pretty much my last attempt at building a tank. I messed up and put a new motor on it when I repainted it and it was terrible so I parked it. When I ever get some free time IM going to get another shift kit and 3 or 8 speed single gear hubs and finish it out. I made a new badge for it twice but others wanted them more than I wanted to keep them...oh well thats the headbadge business for ya.
    If I ever get a chance to build another I want to make a Raycycle. Maybe someday.
    Terry
     
  8. sportscarpat

    sportscarpat Bonneville Bomber the Salt Flat record breaker

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    Nice build Terry, and very cool tank.
    Pat
     
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    What Pat said twice
     
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    Awesome. While red Indians get immediate attention, I really prefer the blue so this one is a real treat. Congrats on a great "early" build.
     

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