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Friday, January 30, 2015 17:13

Show Class Magazine, Born-Free, Meditation 4 Madmen, Two Wheel Terror, Doom Cycles, Choppahead, Lowbrow Customs, Mad Fabricators Society, Atomic Hot Rods and Hot Rod Havoc are just some

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Friday, January 30, 2015 1:46

One of my favorites from @illuminutty Mike Brown flash... Kick myself for not getting work by him when I could of...


Thursday, January 29, 2015 9:56
I found these pics online and threw mine away. Some really nice cars this year... 

BF 7 Invited Builder : Oliver Jones

Thursday, January 29, 2015 9:10
Baltimore's favorite son Oliver Jones is returning for his 2nd year as a BF builder. He shook up the group with his blacked-out Kim-Tabbed , Dual Karata Magged Shovelhead at BF6 and promises the same for this year. Oliver checked in last night and here is what he had to say...  Hello booster!
Here are the images as promised.
the design has changed slightly since I made this sketch last July.

The bike, in a nut Shell Is going to be an ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE build in a chopper silhouette.

The 4spd frame will be modified to fit the Billet 107 C.I. 12/1 generator shovel motor. with about 2" up in the front and -2" in the back to shorten it.
Im using Sorensen Performance billet cylinders and heads on NOS STD 3 13/16 bore cases, Custom making, my own version of  Kennedy rocker boxes. Velva touch lifters, and all EVO style internal oiling, Zippers cam, ignition and Strociek roller rockers.
PURE POWER oilfilter filter, pingle shifted, clear primary BDL lock up clutch, Sputh cam cover, some hidden carbon fiber parts, and a very special starter setup!,
The front end is a +8" over 33.4mm.  I am Builing something really special for the wheels, but cant  give that up just yet though...

Things are moving forward and i should have a roller soon!

Fresh air

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 23:07
Went up north for some errands and decided to take the "scenic route" and my flathead through Malibu and a few of the canyons toward the west end of it plus hidden valley. Sure was nice. I moved to California 15 years ago and days like today make me happy I'm here. 

57 XL For Sale

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 17:48
Chris has a neat old 1957 HD XLA to sell. Email him directly at

For Sale: 1967 Harley Davidson FL.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 16:19

1967 Harley Davidson FL generator Shovelhead. S&S Super E carb. OEM Knucklehead 3.5 gallon gas tanks (the original shifter gate just has bondo and paint over it), Police Speedometer, Goodyear tires, early Superglide 33.4mm front end with 6 over tubes. Clear Michigan title, titled properly as 1967 HD from vin number.

BF7 Invited Builder : Kyle Edgar

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 10:05

Kyle was part of the Show Class Peoples Champ Promo for BF6 although he was not crowned the Peoples Champ winner, his killer VL framed Shovelhead took home top honors in it's class at the show. Kyle's bike was a crowd favorite and really blew us away. We knew right then we wanted him to build a bike for BF7...and few months later he said yes. This platform works and will continue to work. We don't know everyone and can't possibly know what everyone is building so getting involved in a promo like the Show Class Peoples Champ really helps us and brings out talented builders that may get overlooked. Here are a few words from Kyle....
At first I was undecided as to what motor I was going to build this bike around. I always wanted to build a Flatty, but wasn't sure I could come up with one. I had a lead on a '38 ULH motor, but it was outta my range. With some patience and good friends on the lookout, I was able to ultimately lock down a '46 Flathead UL. I plan on keeping the motor traditional... a stock 74" with upgraded cams. The frame I'm using is '49 Pan wishbone that had been through the wringer, and I wanted to give it a new life. I shortened the tail 2" and dropped the backbone and down-tubes just enough to hug the motor. I narrowed an RL springer..... and that's about where I'm at. This motor has been inspiring me to go in the direction of a track bike/'60's style show bike... it will have the stance and grit of a performance machine integrated with the nuances of a custom build. I tend to let my bikes take shape on their own, and I'm looking forward to where this one takes me!
I am truely honored to have been picked as an invited builder and to be among such an amazingly talented group of guys. Looking forward to June!

Straight Leg Framed Evo Chopper

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 9:00
Cody is selling his rigid Evo chopper. Email him directly for the details@  

1940 Ford ( Bob Creasman Coupe)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 8:53
I had the 40 Creasman Coupe out at the GNRS over the weekend. This year marked the 75th anniversary of the 1940 and the car was invited to be part of the exhibit. Thank you GNRS for the hospitality.