The last two weeks I had to paint 12 pantings for Amsterdam Central Station. Impossible time frame but with a lot of help I finished just in time
Did not have the time to update Bubble Visor but now I have :)
Lets start with some Bubble mail:
My Buddy just finished building a custom bike, we would love it if you can post it on your blog!
SPEC SHEET:Owner: Dan KockaBike name: 1944Engine, year and make, model, modifications: '96 Sportster XLH motor with a Buell Stage 2 upgrade, cut cam cover, and Brass Pushrod tubesFrame: Kraft TechFork: DNA SpringerChassis mods: No chassis mods except welded on tabs and mounts for tins, seat, lights, brakes, etc..Tire/wheel size and style: Both rims are painted 3x16's with MT90-16 Shinko vintage tiresFavorite thing about this bike: about half of what's on this bike was not meant to be on a sportster or even on a motorcycle for that matter. Everything after the roller was ordered individually and the only thing i sent back was the brake light switch which the shop that supplied it accidentally sent the wrong thread. even the oil tank came with a bad weld which i patched rather than sent back.Next modification will be: Front brakesOther mods, accessories, cool parts, etc:Hella truck head lightvintage ford tail lightbrass pushrod tubesmoto clutch leverbrembo brake systemstock handlebars with moto crossbar modcut cam cover
chopped stock sportster fender
naturally rusted tins
Spoon for the loveThanks to:
Gene Morrow for the tools and space
Matt Gacon for the motor work
Juan Hernandez for the photos
Dad, for teaching me what's really cool
Thanks Juan and Dan, nice ride!