The end bit is the best bit

















Reassembly is so satisfying when everything fits, you have all the right tools, haven't put them down on some niche surface, Saturday Radio 6, lighters on every surface, pack of ginger beer and time to focus on fine tuning the little bits.

7 comments:

  1. love it, you are doing a great job.That paint job really works.

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  2. Looks amazing. I feel for you over Red Marley... was looking forward to coming down and watching you attack the hill again. Funnily enough I was talking to Terry Godschalk the other night (whose VL-Shovel is on the cover of the next issue) and it turns out he bought his frame from the same guy you bought this bike from, Blackie in Ohio? Apparently an 'out there dude'...

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  3. Must have been my U/VL bike - the white one came from New York. And judging by the condition of the u/vl I would say he waaay out there!

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  4. It was, you're right... I'm a Fathead when it comes to Flatheads.

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  5. Super nice bike! Beautiful! Just a little warning, we had the same gas lines on the F├╝cker 45 and after the second fire we finally realist that they had to go(really hard to put out If they catch fire). Keep up the great work! David.

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  6. Any progress Milo, can't wait to see some pics of you rippin up someones back yard.

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