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    Cheap Date UPDATE

    Took her out on the road. Yeah, I rode this thing. IF teh motor proves healthy I will tear her down and get to work.
    The green bungee lends a certain prototype or "Works" feel to it all..lol.



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    Good start. I like the overall look. Usually I prefer straight old school vintage racer (long tank, bumstop seat), but with your bike, I like the lines as you have them.

    That seat pad you put on there was probably just for testing, but I say keep it. It looks like a lower, racier version of a gold star seat. Maybe make the back end of the seat about 1" thinner. I think the thin seat works because the back end of the tank is very low.


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    It's jsut junk, not a serious project yet, but it sure is fun.

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