Sometimes I guess it's all about
family. And sometimes it's what's in the family that counts -
I'm talking stuff buried back in the garage -not Uncle Ed
snoring in a lazy-boy.
Apparently the fine chop you see here has been "in the family"
for quite a while, and was passed on from brother to brother
(well, not without a little cash changing hands). This has to be
one of the finest examples I've ever seen of classic 70's style
chopper building - talk about keeping it "old school"... This
isn't one of those aluminum framed, off-the-shelf motored
stretched out ugly-bobs masquerading as "classic" - this is the
stuff I was droolin' over in the chopper mags when I was a teen.
Here is my ride. This bike
was my older brothers. He chopped it back in the 70's Then it
went down in'86 til I bought it from him in pieces in 2002. I
completely redid everything, keeping it original Old School!
Took me 3+ years, but unveiled last summer. Hope you guys like
Well, seriously now - what's not to like here? I suggest all you
wannabee chopper builders out there click on the supersize
button, print out the pictures and use this as a guide for
"Chopper Done Right"