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Discussion in 'Project Rides' started by markivpedalpusher, Sep 11, 2015.
I had all of my cad done thru my chrome plater.
But I also use http://www.finequalitymetalfinishing.com/ for cad plating
Just picked up my chrome there last Friday. Their closing their doors. Owner sold the building.
Good to know, thank you
OHHH my God. I am going to jump up and down like a giddy little girl when I see this thing done. Colors---great.
A big THANKS to @TWBikesnstripes So. Cals best pin striper.
This is going to be a highly admired bike when it is done .... not that it isn't admired already!
Color me green with envy..... and maybe some white stripes?
We are waiting with baited breath.........
looking real nice!
And I agree, Tom is the best pin striper in the business.
darn it all, when I saw the start date I thought it would be done by now. too cool!!!
Very nice job on the paint, This will be a great looking bike when finished!
The Schwinn gods are all smiles right now!!
Damn your a patient man. I think you are purposely taking your time just to make us all crazy. Definitely done right for a fantastic finish. Looking forward to the big reveal.
So, with the 'straight-in' lock that the fork has, does that mean the fork is from a 1936?
Not necessarily meaning I've had double curved bar roadsters that are serial numbered as 1937 but have the straight back locking forks.
Last piece of the puzzle done just waiting for it to be delivered then I can finish assembling the bike.
HURRY UP!!! I'm bouncing off the walls. I've been waiting for ages! So excited. Great job with the paint.
This is SUPER NICE! I really like 20" Schwinn's
Adding link here to completed project