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1950 T-Bird–The Time Capsule Diaries #2

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At the risk of sounding like I’m blowing my own horn, I am gonna do a blog on my own bike. What can I say, I like my bike and I am really happy to have FINALLY gotten it back together. You would think that a guy who owns a motorcycle shop would always have a bitchin’ bike to ride around on. Tell you the truth though, I am like the plumber with leaky pipes – I never have a bike to ride. By the time I sell off a bike I was gonna keep and ride, I just don’t get time to work on “my bike” and keep everyone else’s bike running… That in mind, my bikes never get done.

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Tim Conder

“Crazy, but true…”

Those are the words Conder started and ended our interview with. You see, Tim Conder is the epitome of a renaissance man. He’s a fine artist, a painter, a fabricator, a mechanic, a writer… But most of all, he is a thinker. A very BIG thinker.

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Details…

A good follow up to my last post… Check out the details on Cha-Chi’s latest build. Some cool shit going on here for sure.

Check it out.

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Maiden Voyage

Aphelion has been giving us progress updates on this bike for some time now. I’ve really dug the posts for a couple of reasons… One, he’s new to the bike scene and learning lessons that we can all take a thing or two from. Secondly, I just like the bike… Simple and sublte sans any attempt to be something it is not.

Check it out.

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The Danny Franssen Thread

This thread was actually started in 2005 by a good pal – Tim Conder. At the time, I didn’t think much of it. I didn’t know Danny and had no reference to his craftsmanship. As time rolled, Danny logged-in and began updating the thread with his latest projects and ideas. The thread is now a two year picture book of sorts that allows us to watch Danny Franssen do his thing. The man is pretty damn good.

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