Never had anything to do with a Honda until this project came along. First , Seth came to me with a goose neck plan for this frame. Before long it changed hands before construction started . In steps John C . Now his idea was to scrap the goose neck and shorten it up a bit for his wife Ashley . I had a stock frame and motor to use for dimensions . Every frame is welcome here . Have a V - Rod rigid project coming up. That should be fun . Thats Teddy Bear behind the frame. Sweet Welds !
Never seem to get the perfect shot in a small shop. Tried to get an assortment of angles to view. The frame sits 4 " off the ground . Slight drop seat . Will run an exile brake sprocket set up.
Zero engineering reproductions springer front end set at 38 degree rake .
Used my cast reproduction axleplates to give it the industrial look .
these last three images of John and Ashley's bike sit in the front room of there Home . Motor sits in the chassis and gives the old 4 banger a pretty mean stance .
They have a ways to go before they fire it up . Nothing like a project in the works to get you out of bed everyday . I never wanted anything but Harleys in the garage . But I am enjoying seeing what other people put together . If you have an idea for a project , maybe I can make it happen for you.
I got a sketch of a frame in the mail tonight from Max in Florida . Guy never built a bike in his life and he is chomping at the bit to start . He wants low , cast axleplates , 40 degree rake with a Zero springer . Everything he wanted was cool . Some guys just got it . Like I said , guy want a rigid V rod. Yeah ! . I want to test ride that machine . Its going to Cali .
If you have any questions or comments. Fire away .
" if your coastin , your goin down hill " jg