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Wednesday, March 24, 2010




1972 CB 350 four TRASH this is going to be fun.


This is the direction Im going: five ball orange, worn tank, white drop bars, black rims, a 4 into 1 pipe, and aluminum number plates B.S.R two 11's of course.



My first day back on a bike. L, Greg Jim and the guy's at Cycle Fit I spend alot of time there a least a few times a week. These guy's really know my budget. Thanks John
Owner.


It's bike season


Two bikes from the 80's I put together last summer.
This is the bike I mentioned in an older post. The 1977 Suzuki Gt 750 liquid cooled 2-stroke I sold it the same day I brought it, made a few adjustments changed the color still messing around with it. The customer is ready to ride.
Just thinking....

All shined up and ready for paint waiting on cowl seat. I love these stripes.






As you can see I haven't posted in quiet some time I had some computer problems, and got very busy, kind of. During that time I didn't post my trip to Liberty Vintage Cycles. I was at Best Buy buying a laptop and thought for the price of this laptop I could bye my self a CB 350. So I took a ride up to Philidelphia and visited Adam Of Liberty Vintage I brought a windvisor, a pair of drop bars, and some other small parts. I asked if he had any bikes for sale of course he said no, but I may have a bike I don't want or like. So out of the sky (with the help of Hannibal and a forklift) fell a 1972 CB 350 for the right price. Literally out of the sky.


Oh yeah Adam gave us a 2 min. class in wedling.














Thursday, March 11, 2010

NYC here I come.


We left the hazard lights on and the battery died. Its funny in the city of over 5 million people it was like being stuck on a desert island we couldn't get a jump for almost an hour.













I woke up this morning and started working on some old new ideas for a few costumer bike. I recently brought a new Cb 750 looking to do a new caferacer I really need a metal cafe tank. Its been hard finding one for the right price. Check out these pics rear finder for a yamaha bobber and a CB 750 gas tank. Just some ideas. Got bored needed some change went to Newyork.


Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Spare Parts Company Philadelphia Pa.

I spent a few minutes today running my lips looking for a seat to start a 1974 Cb 750 build. I always drop in and stop him from doing work I really like looking at classic Italian motorcycles and his really cool bike collection I mean this guy is into everything. Thanks Roland I hope this turns out like the last one.








A little CB 350 cafe racer I completed last summer sold before I got pictures of finished project. I needed a seat to complete this project, and guess where I found it in the back of spare parts company in Philadelphia, Pa. He gave me a fair price and with a few adjustments it worked out.





Now it begins.

















































Monday, March 8, 2010

Dirty Hans racing congragulates all the riders we support in the 2010 Buds Creek Loretta Lynns area qualifier.














1977 Suzuki Gt 750 I had to buy it the first liquid cool suzuki motorcycle aka 'The Water Bufalo'












Sunday, March 7, 2010

Friendly Competition : 9 yr. old son's Bureau Vs. L's Clay 80's Boom Box




How's this for free promotion? We found this on a local food truck in Philidelphia.
Dirty Hans Racing
Hot cakes
Turkey Bacon
Eggs and cheese
Red Plum Nantucket Nectar

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Number 2# of 3 projects being buit at Butcher Shop Rehab. Just an idea hmmmm.... Chopped rear and custom seat.


Stock car practice at Buds Creek Motorsports speedway

Thursday, March 4, 2010

I sell motorcycles, atvs, dirtbikes, and an accasional bicycle; sometimes a bike may sit for weeks, months, or even a year and no one ever looks at it until some actor, ballplayer, or superstar is seen on the bike and then you have a bike that is just the best bike... I mean everyone has to have it; it is the fastest, the lightest, the prettiest. These are the bikes that the average person can never have which leaves bikes like this one below, bikes that people, real people, are able to get thier hands on: strip down ,modify, paint,and customize for little or nothing.This one here is my favorite bike the one that everyone loves.