Lucky I had my skid lid on and only broke a few things on me and nothing on the bike.(pic) I was out of action for the winter but no big deal.
I have a bunch of photos of the tear down and rebuild. But figured the before and after say enough.
I could not have done this without you guys and your great web site and gear you sale.
This is my first bike project. In the past I have always messed with cars. 1940-1960
Eddie & Eddies Speed Shop opened one Sunday afternoon in 1989 back in England, my brother and I had a few drinks and decide my 1959 Austin Pick-up would look a lot better flat back and scalloped. We achieved this in a couple of hours with a roller and a couple of paint brushes. We went on and built a bunch of ratish rods and had fun.
It’s a 1969 Tiger frame with a 71 T120 Bonneville engine.
From the happy pages of Lowbrow customers it has the following: 29 tail light, Repo OEM gas Tank, Ribbed rear fender, Grips, Leavers, Biltwell Seat, Biltwell Bars, Bench Mark kicker pedal. Peg rubbers, and more.
In addition some homemade fender mounts and a great looking Coker White wall on the back. Keep up the great work and all the best on the salt this summer.
All the best, Sean Hatherley