Discussion in 'Things I've seen on craigslist/Ebay etc.' started by NORTSTER1974, Feb 24, 2019.
Really? Exhaust pipes, the oil lines look copper to me.
the seat should be a donut with that hard tail....
I would not do it for a street bike but this is not a street bike.
Pretty sure those oil lines are just plain old copper pipe. I think it’s a nod to the ‘steam punk’ kinda style.
I agree with Swoosh, the workmanship is very good, but it’s like it was built by a bloke who’s shed was too small and he never got chance to stand back and look at the whole !
I think the bike should be called “Irony”... race plates...!? He certainly has a sense of humour.
..... and a godd RH10 head too!!
Some people, including folks on this forum, build bikes to look at, not ride. I'm ok with that. It's better than letting them rot outside some shed.
I have to say (and I think everyone who knows me, knows) I'm not a chopper guy.
This chopper has some awfully nice features. I applaud the builder(s).
This will take away the top prizes at many a show....which seems to be its intended purpose. To each his own I say.
What I like about this bike is that the builder/artist recognized the inherent beauty of the Norton engine and showcased it very well. A lot of time and skill went into it.
Oil pipes look like copper brake pipe sold as replacement brake part at most car shops, then polished up.
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