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In Honor, A pretty flattened Sturgis Motorcycle Museum stamped Penny, and classic glass marbles for my torpedo tail-light utilized to enhance my custom aviation (B-1 Bomber) inspired pin stripe seat. Complete with classic Cat's-Eye after burner LED lighting. While living in Sturgis SoDakota, the B-1 flight path from Ellsworth Air Force base was right over the city in route the Wyoming target range almost on the daily. As well as, the annual scheduled low-fly-by during each years Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Thanks be to ALL who Served, as I'm proud to Live in the Land of the Free! SALUTE-God Speed~
Sweet thread! I used a 40’s-50’s 5” fog light on my 96 Dyno coaster. Found some cheap diamond hole saws and drilled out the back of the bulb and installed some led’s with a 9 volt and switch in the housing
Used a bunch of non bicycle parts on this one! Used an old spot light housing with a Harley fog light and 40’s style visor for the front light. One of the overload springs from our 46 international. Back half of a mountain bike. Skull key chain fob with peacock feather ear rings on the top. 32 ford tail light housing and stand. Drive shaft tube and flat bar for the tank.