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Tradition and Innovation: Part II

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Jun 4, 2007.

  1. Ryan
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    Ryan
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  2. Ryan
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    Ryan
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    test from the german
     
  3. rob lee
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    Very nice,I've always liked european style,cars and bikes both. Thanks for the pics. Rob
     
  4. Tman
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    Can't believe this thing has only had a couple replies over the years!? Strangely enough I find myself looking at the same types of details as you Ryan.
     
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  5. Charlie Chops 1940
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    Definitely good stuff, same goes with European motorcycles of the era.

    The 45 fin Buick thing isn't a bad idea except there would be one place with 4 fins. It would be interesting, especially with some Wilson Welding finned backing plates. Lots of work in four drums and four backing plates...for a guy way out there on the tape measure.

    Charlie
     
  6. Tman
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    I dig that pedal setup Charlie. Got the juices flowing for something on the Tudor. As well as the shifter gate.
     
  7. scootermcrad
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    AWESOME!!! I'm allll about this kind of stuff!
     

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