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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by msrfan, Aug 7, 2011.
Saw some pretty wacked stuff today.
Mike was there with his updated Kohler powered board tracker replica.
Some nice bikes and cars.
More great cars.
Kewl stuff!! Thats the best donut shop ever!
Wow, look at that twin turbo 1st gen Falcon! I bet that thing sounds wicked!
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...
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".
Fantastic! I gotta get down there now that the time change happens tonight.
thanks for posting those pics Dale.
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
Looooooooooooove that Henderson!!!!!!!!!! And everything else too.
It will only get better as the weather warms up. Cars were double parked but there's always room for us two wheelers.
I think I heard it pull out, but I was at the other end of the parking lot.
That thing looked like a Barris car, but I couldn't find it on the web.
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.
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.
most people in so. cal don't know what a pole barn is, let alone have room for one.
I really like them. I want to build one for a house. There are so many ways to construct them, you can make them really nice, even with bricks in the front.
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.
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