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Beautiful bike!

Love the tank/seat/frame line. Conversion to kick-start, too?! Nice!
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No real progress on mine yet. I have been looking around craigslist and fleabay for a good deal, though. I am ready to pounce when I see it. There are a surprising number of deals on instagram as well.


Still working on simplifying wiring and the front end at this point. There is a lot that goes into these builds and I am trying to do it one at a time while keeping the bike functional (it's my only ride at the moment), but I knew I could be putting myself in the position to do the ol' one step forward, two steps back once I get around to the frame.
Yeah I hear ya. I have already gutted the switch pods and handlebar wiring. Just put a Whiskey throttle on it last night actually to further clean up the bars. Slowly but surely chopperizing itself.

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Mine was from KansasKustom in 2008 or so. I think they are no longer made tho.

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Wow, nice bike. There is very little I would change about it to suit my tastes if it were my build. Super sharp. Thanks for sharing! What kicker kit is that?
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Wow, nice bike. There is very little I would change about it to suit my tastes if it were my build. Super sharp. Thanks for sharing! What kicker kit is that?

Thanks! The kicker is from led sled.slick unit. U



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I CHOPPED IT!!!! OH NO!!!! ANOTHER 100TH ANNIVERSARY BIKE GOT CUT UP lololol

A buddy and I actually built 2 choppers in about 1 month. Took his 61 Panhead from a pile of parts into a rideable bike and then transitioned to chopping my cherry '03 sportster.....

Damn, I should have chopped this thing a while ago!











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Joe, a question if I may: what thickness is the rear frame flange/plate that the axle rides in on your bobber?

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