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Home made headlight , Home made seat, home made rear fender,
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"cam" cover, "intakes", rear signals, now the seat. Lots of nice custom touches. Where did you hide the plate?? Great looking bike.
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I've been following the progress on this bike over in the High Ball forum. Looks like it's coming together nicely. Maybe they'll let you ride it in the "Frontier Days" parade this year???

Also, you guys missed the obvious change. Blacked out old-school headlight. The not so obvious ones are the "V" neon lights on the rear fender, and the painted out 'spark plug' type holes on the top of the cylinders on the right side.

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"cam" cover, "intakes", rear signals, now the seat. Lots of nice custom touches. Where did you hide the plate?? Great looking bike.
Plate on left side swing arm with home made braket. Don't have the plate yet, just the frame.
Thanks for the comments, you guys are pretty observent.

Check the rear fender for how its mounted. No struts or bolts. Clean.
Might just hi gloss clear the whole bike, this flat is a pain in the ars.
Thanks again.

Just a trinket from my old job.

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I've been following the progress on this bike over in the High Ball forum. Looks like it's coming together nicely. Maybe they'll let you ride it in the "Frontier Days" parade this year???

Also, you guys missed the obvious change. Blacked out old-school headlight. The not so obvious ones are the "V" neon lights on the rear fender, and the painted out 'spark plug' type holes on the top of the cylinders on the right side.
Maybe they'll let you ride it in the "Frontier Days" parade this year???

DD. just never ride behind a team of horses,, its really hard to get it out of the tread and oil cooler.

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it wasn't mentioned yet, but the red stitching in the seat is a nice touch too!

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I didn't want to be the one to tell you this, but....you seem to be infected with "Acute Customitis". There is no known cure. Side affects are many including, but not limited to, lightening of your wallet, brain pain from decision making and others. I have suffered from it for years. It's worse in the winter. Rest, think nice thoughts and you'll feel better in the Spring.
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1.) Bike is beautiful. You've really paid attention to detail and it shows.

2.) The rear end looks like it has a smiley face with a double chin.

Again, a real beaut man.
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