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METAL SHOP 09-07-2007 11:37 AM

3 Hundo Bobber
Well here is the latest project. I built it for a customer, kind of a modern twist on a bobber. The tank, bars, pipes, battery box, fender, jockey shift using Top Shelf mids, motor mount all by metal shop Customs. The frame is by the same guy who builds bill Dodges frames, The Springer is an original 46 UL. Check it out. Thanks Sean

docrob 09-07-2007 12:07 PM

that kicks ass. i like the look and have planned one very similar just without the mid controls. you didnt ask for opinions but i would change the seat. thats it.

METAL SHOP 09-07-2007 12:20 PM

The Seat is going to be cut down a recovered. I hate the headlight.

jasonrenda 09-07-2007 12:34 PM

baddd ass
i like it

Milenko 09-07-2007 12:45 PM

You will need more swoop in your seat or you will end up on the rear fender alot...

Beyond that, I dig it!

WCCrider 09-07-2007 02:25 PM

Sweet as usual sean.


Skynut 09-07-2007 02:43 PM

Nice looking, is it getting painted?

gypsy chopper 09-07-2007 02:48 PM

nice stuff. 1 of 400 motor too...schweet bike.

BigSteak 09-07-2007 03:27 PM

That is a GORGEOUS bike..!! I love the short front end with respect to the front rim size. Can you tell me the bike specs?


Stynie 09-07-2007 06:04 PM


Originally Posted by METAL SHOP
I hate the headlight.


METAL SHOP 09-07-2007 07:36 PM

yes it's off to paint. I will keep you posted on the color scheme.

BigSteak 09-08-2007 12:07 PM

Frame specs?

SportsterCraig 09-08-2007 12:40 PM


Originally Posted by METAL SHOP
The Seat is going to be cut down a recovered. I hate the headlight.

Nice bike,but I agree the headlight just seems to long for that front end.

BigMikeSimpson 09-08-2007 03:39 PM

Nice looking but the back tire is too wide for my taste.

The tank and bars look too narrow from the back compared to the rear tire.

How much does that little tank hold?

Very nice looking!

METAL SHOP 09-08-2007 04:23 PM

The frame is a zero up with 28 degrees in the neck.It was a one off, built frame.

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