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JIMSPSYCLESHOP
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JIMSPSYCLESHOP

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    Location:
    NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS
    Occupation:
    RETIRED
    1919 FORD T FAULTLESS SPEEDSTER -PROJECT
    1926 FORD T (1930'S RETRO STREET ROD-PROJECT)
    SEVERAL EUROPEAN MOTORCYCLES
    MTFCA, MTFCI (MODEL T CLUBS)
    RETIRED VIETNAM ERA VET. RESTORING AND DRIVING VINTAGE CARS SINCE 1960'S. LEARNED BASIC SKILL SET FROM MACHINIST/FARMER FATHER. VINTAGE RACED BRITISH CARS (JAGUAR, A. HEALEY, LOTUS) IN THE 70-80'S.
    I RESTORE BRITISH & GERMAN MOTORCYCLES. I DESIGN /BUILD ACCURATE REPLICAS OF MODEL T FORD RACING CARS FROM 1919-27 ON ORIGINAL MODEL T CHASSIS. CURRENTLY I'M BUILDING A FORD RETRO ROD USING A COMBO OF PARTS FROM 1925/27/35 FORDS. THIS IS MY FIRST ROD EVER. NOT SURE OF ENGINE YET (IT WILL BE FORD). IT STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL 4 CYL. FLATY WITH IT FOR NOW. EVERYTHING USED IS 100% ORIGINAL PERIOD COMPONENTS. NO REPOPS, NO REPROS, NO PLASTIC, NO FIBERGLASS, NO BONDO AND IF IT WASN'T MADE IN THE USA, IT'S NOT ON MY CARS. *Always working (or should be) on pre-70's Brit & German motorcycles. What's wrong with antique American motorcycles you may ask? answer: "Have you priced one lately"?
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