La Jolla "Airframe" by LuftWulf

Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by GTX, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. GTX

    GTX New Member

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    I named this one "Airframe" for the alum. frame and worn leather seat.Started with a La Jolla bike,sanded down and sprayed Satin Olive Green.
    Engine is a 2010 Grubee Skyhawk GT 5.Expansion chamber by SBC,skateboard idlers,
    MTB fork with AVID brakes,
    3" rear extension plates on rear axle,
    Nirve 24" rear wheel with Fatass 3" tire,front is a 26" Badass.

    It sounds like a very angry,big chainsaw...;) Home Page
    If you are in the Birmingham,AL area on 8-28-10,I will be at the Bug Blast VW show at Tannehill State Park with a few of my bikes!
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  2. GTX

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    Sold as soon as it was unloaded....Next...
     
  3. TerrontheSnake

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    Nice clean build style!
     
  4. GTX

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    The new owner immediatly had it pinstriped...I had my '49 Roadmaster bike done by him too...

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  5. Tim_B_172

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    Really nice looking bike! I've often considered motorizing a La Jolla.

    Where did you get those extension plates? or did you make them?
     

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