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5th May 2006, 21:55
I have enjoyed looking at everyone else's bikes,thought I would share the last one I built this winter. Pat
Now that is old school. Great looking ride.
5th May 2006, 22:06
Nice. Welcome to the forum.
5th May 2006, 22:22
What kind of frame? Paucho? What size tire on the rear?
6th May 2006, 07:20
Nice bike Pat!
And welcome to the Forum.
6th May 2006, 15:01
6th May 2006, 15:25
That is a very clean bike! No festoonery in sight... well done!
6th May 2006, 15:27
Hooked up! That is one gorgeous ride you've got there!!
And on a different note, welcome to the XLF!
6th May 2006, 19:21
That thing is sweet. It looks like you did a really nice job from that one pic. You have to give us more pics and the particulars on it.
6th May 2006, 19:35
Thanks for the warm welcome and the pat on the back,if I did it right should post another pic. Pat
6th May 2006, 19:52
Very nice job!
6th May 2006, 19:56
oooh yes, this bike is cool.
nicceee i love it dude, thats awesome! give us some details!!!!
10th May 2006, 20:36
Nice looking bike, real clean. Just wonder about how much that whole thing cost u to build cause I kinda wanted to build a bike like that next. Thanks.
10th May 2006, 20:48
Nice!! I especially like the Sparto tail light, got one on my bike.
11th May 2006, 05:31
Very nice scoot, details appreciated
11th May 2006, 15:55
Thank you all for the responses, It has a Paughco frame,mostly hand made parts hanging on it. Wheels are stock HD, front end is Sportster,with fairly modified trees(welded and machined for looks).Handmade exhaust,fended,and struts,oil tank,shaved cam cover,that sparto tail light if you look closely got chopped up in my J head mill. And old rusted chorme stripped off. One of my favorite parts is sprocket cover,machined a piece of plate alum. for m\c and peg mount. And to the question of price,very little,bought a crashed 883,sold off unwanted parts bought the frame and made the rest.
11th May 2006, 16:13
Nice looking scoot.
11th May 2006, 18:05
I'm diggin' it.
I like the no-B.S. choppers.
13th May 2006, 20:47
Extra sharp! Looks as nice as any! Nice clean frame, if i could still handle a hardtail that would be it. As i get older i gotta have my airshocks! But no shit that is one clean machine!!!
14th May 2006, 04:04
Very nice ride indeed. I love that setup.
15th May 2006, 16:05
nice job, well done
15th May 2006, 16:11
That is kick ass hard to the bone.
I am rolling a stock 05, those bikes just make me drool.... I'll get one one day!
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