finally done #1 rode it today.

Well got my first motorized bike done. I built the frame, well most of it I used the front tube and the rear section from an old murray. It has the workmans wheels super heavy duty, has the front drum brake. The brakes are fantastic! the little engine starts and runs well.

I may even intertain selling to start my next project. Asking $1,100.00 or best offer. Loads of fun to ride and real attention getter.

Thanks for all the help and good information guys and gals!

Dave Beck
Elk City, Oklahoma
 

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Large Filipino

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At first I thought "You'll never sell it for that" but then I saw your pics.

Dude. That is art.

Can we take a gander at your other bikes?
 

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couple of other bike pics.

Here are a couple of pics of 2 other whizzers I own. I don't have a picture of my new ambassador. One is a 1948 whizzer and the black one is a 2003 panther with a Quenton cylinder kit, runs great!!!
 

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Dave, that is a great looking bike!! That frame is pretty cool, and I like the tank too!! Looks like your project was well thought out and executed. I would think $1100 would be a pretty sweet deal. Heck, I've got that much in my bikes (just parts and supplies) and would never sell them (don't want to). Great job!!!
 
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