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antique-rider

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OK guys here's my latest creation. I still need to add a few finishing touches, I call it a "rustoration".
 


Tom

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Wow that is so wicked. Looks like something from a horror film. Soo cool.
 
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uncle_punk13

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Wow...
You never cease to suprise and amaze me with the stuff you come up with.
So what is it? I really need names, dates, facts, & figures...
:)
What are your plans?
I must admit, that as much as I admire your stuff, your skills ( patience being the most admiring of those skills!), and your attention to detail, I am a bit jealous as well! :LOL:
If ya' need anything that I may be able to help out with, just let me know...
Rif
 
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Torques

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antique-rider said:
OK guys here's my latest creation. I still need to add a few finishing touches, I call it a "rustoration".
Holy God, is that real or a joke?
 
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antique-rider

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Well the engine and the bike are real. There is an early bike motor by the name of Steffey. When I say early I mean 1902 to the late teens. this engine is identical to the Steffey, but also were installed on a garden tractor by the name of Sprywheel. Some guys are restoring bikes with these engines and calling them Steffey. So just for fun I put my engine in the frame, which is from about 1890, and other unrestorable pieces like the rusted out tank, etc. The fad these days is to have the original "patina" which in my case is rust. So its half real and half art.
 

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damn, that exhaust is sure close to where your knee would be

sick ride though. so classic.
 
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