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Discussion in 'Classic Balloon Tire Bicycles 1933-1965' started by Velocipedist Co., Jun 23, 2016.
I saw it when Tyler had it and I would never guess that it's the same bike. As everyone else has pointed out, the patina is dead on!
That was a Restoration Movie in Progress with a Touch of Schooling!!!!
Awesome job. Hit me up on PM and I can give you a secret for the rivets the way I do mine. Will look OG in four days.
Steve your bb is gorgeous great work!
Wow Steve that is amazing work. It's great to see someone put in the time and effort to bring back a bike and revive it so it can be enjoyed by you and everyone else in the hobby that gets a chance to see it.Thank you for posting the progress on this project.
A few pics of Steve's amazing Bluebird at last week's Cyclone Coasters Sears September Ride.
A few more pics posted by other Cabe members...
Wow man, a true piece of art...congratulations Steve. What's next? the Lindy?
Actually started work on the Lindy again today!
Cool man! I love Lindys, I have this hanging in my wall.
I can't wait to see it. I'm sure you will do an amazing job on it.
Ok, I think I'm done kinda. Made some trim tabs to hold that eyebrow in place, painted the rack, and added one of Joe's fender ornaments.
For nostalgic purposes, I chose to leave the saddle and bars that were on the bike when it was pulled out of that old barn. I like the idea that they were likely used by the original owner.
I opted for some busted original grips. Still not too proud of that battery door latch mechanism, maybe I'll improve that later.
I have to be honest, I had to google that word. Thanks Marty!
I was just going to say the same thing...lol. Darn you Marty!
Awesome journey with this bike - well done!
just too "FLAMBASTIC"...............I'll peek at these pix ALL morning long......