You never what you'll see at the donut shop

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  1. msrfan

    msrfan Active Member

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    Saw some pretty wacked stuff today.




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    Mike was there with his updated Kohler powered board tracker replica.




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    Some nice bikes and cars.




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    More great cars.




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    Goat Herder Gutter Rider

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    Kewl stuff!! Thats the best donut shop ever!
     
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    Wow, look at that twin turbo 1st gen Falcon! I bet that thing sounds wicked!
     
  7. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    i was out late last night. tried to wake up, but just couldn't make it. shame, i woulda liked to see that bubble car...
     
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    Allen_Wrench Resident Mad Scientist

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    See, we got nuthin' like these cars anywhere in Indy. The closest we have to something different is that old wood-burning pickup truck. Looks like something out of Sanford & Son; runs on wood gas generated from roasting wooden scraps found by the roadside. But that thing's more "eyesore" than "eye candy".
     
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    Fantastic! I gotta get down there now that the time change happens tonight.
    thanks for posting those pics Dale.
     
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    I love the pictures THANKS. And that HENDERSON awesome,ovel head light. What is it from? It looks like he used a pedel crank for a jack shaft(did the 50 years ago) so koool.......Curt
     
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    Looooooooooooove that Henderson!!!!!!!!!! And everything else too.
     
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    It will only get better as the weather warms up. Cars were double parked but there's always room for us two wheelers.
     
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    I think I heard it pull out, but I was at the other end of the parking lot.
     
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    That thing looked like a Barris car, but I couldn't find it on the web.
     
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    Mike said it was a tailight from an old Chevy, I think. He had a local glass cutter make the bevelled lens. Check out his oil pan, complete with drain plug. Also the double sided license plate and spacey clutch cover.
     
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    Thanks for the photos. I like car shows. Car shows and motor bicycles go well together. I think the car guys understand why we make these.
     
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    most people in so. cal don't know what a pole barn is, let alone have room for one.
     
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    I am waiting for better weather to ride mine, but I have been collecting all my bike tools that have gotten scattered around working on different ones.
     
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    I saved the pictures so I could soom and look closer( these old tried eyes). I see were must of took a old car oil pan and cut it to fit around the frame AWESOME and LOVE the clutch gard. Now I have to find a old lisence plate.
    What are the little bolt like things on the side of the oil pan?

    Sure would have been nice if he would posted a build here,been nice to see his progress..........Curt
     
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