Saturday, December 29
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Friday, December 28
I'm feeling artsty today. Here is an old wallet i made in 2004. Braiding the leash and handstitching was the fun part. And of course i did one for BEAR.
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Thursday, December 27
Posted by Glorydays at 12:32 PM
Mike Poole the one and only!! Been casting his own cylinders, making his own parts, and setting NMRA records for a long time. Check your Jammer's cycle number 1 and your late 60's Easyriders magazines. I could go on and on about the stories he has told me about the Good ole days. I was priviledged to take some pics at his place. Here is just a few things from a recent visit...
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Wednesday, December 26
Posted by Glorydays at 10:19 PM
I've only seen three of these spool hubs and i knew i should bought it the other day. But for 250.00 I'll pass...
Posted by Glorydays at 12:25 PM
Tuesday, December 25
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Sunday, December 23
Ya know, i've always been searchin for more, more, more. Flashier paint, cooler parts. Right infront of me has been this righteous panhead scan saved on my pc for a while now and it hit me like a ton of bricks. Simple as can be, straightforward and pure. What else needs to be said about this amazing machine. i can find no flaw...
Posted by Glorydays at 10:11 PM
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Street Chopper July 1971 - I smoothed out some cylinders on a pan, had them bead blasted and boy does it make a difference. Not to mention you have to relieve the bolt areas with a grinder because the damn wrench won't fit. The extra time spend grinding was really worth it. On my super secret knucklehead build with the finless barrels. I'm going to wrinkle paint the cylinders white and then add some silver flake. Damn, i can't keep a secret...
Posted by Glorydays at 10:40 AM