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based on the 1/12 Revell crusader…fuel line plug wires and battery cables micro solder radio shack…brake and clutch cables third guitar string painted with gun blueing…the name has nothing to do with the movie..
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steven a weinmann said on June 7, 2013
looks great Bob I will get mine out of the garage and we can go ride
doug said on June 8, 2013
that is really a clean scooter. where do you store the rain gear at?
bob mack said on June 8, 2013
thank you…it never rains in california
a man with a plan…i’ll have to feed it some soul food first
Walt B said on June 7, 2013
Nice looking bike, I really like the finish on the skull between the cylinders. Looks very metalic and real. Great work.
thank you much walt
Editor said on June 7, 2013
much appreciated martin
Craig Abrahamson said on June 7, 2013
Sharp-lookin’ build, Bob….nice work!
thank you craig…man you build a lot of models
Maxim Bylkin said on June 7, 2013
Wow, that’s cool! Classy design!
thank you maxim…your skill is beyond belief
Jack Mugan said on June 7, 2013
Bob….That’s a nice bike. Reminds me of my misspent youth, though my Triumph wasn’t quite as nice. Beautiful build. Great to see a bike on this site, hope to see more.
well those bonnevilles made beautiful choppers and were very friendly to ride…i wouldn’t call that misspent jack…thank you
James Kelley said on June 10, 2013
Very, very cool! I have 2 of those kits in my stash.
One of these days, I’ll get out of my comfort zone and dig in.
bob mack said on June 11, 2013
thank you james…it’s actually a very quick build…even though i stripped all the chrome and painted every part…i’d probably only strip the front forks and pipes and engine next time
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