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Hello people,
I came from the Hamb as well. Been here for a short time checking things out. Great stuff, great people, just like the Hamb. Figured it was time to introduce myself, Mel from Jersey. I know a bunch of you already, hope to aquaint myself with the rest. Have a couple of traditional hot rods, projects, and a custom. Before I owned and built any cars, I rode a 42 BSA as my daily. Been bikeless for years now, liscence less too. But today, my newest project is under way. Gonna build a late 20's, early 30's Indian bobber, much like an old Wall of Death bike. Have my feelers out locally amongst my friends. Its all starting with a 28 eliptical sprung front end. Looking for some leads on Indian parts. If anyone can help locate some parts, it would be much appreciated. Thanks, Mel
 

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dirtyest devil said:
Hello people,
Gonna build a late 20's, early 30's Indian bobber, much like an old Wall of Death bike.
My first dream is to ride the Wall of Death. The only acceptable alternative is to build a bike that looks like it belongs on the Wall of Death.

Panhead City in Georgia had an ex-Wall of Death bike on eBay afew months ago. It re-invigorated my dreams.

My wife would kick my ass if I dropped everything to be a carnie and ride the Wall of Death. No, not because of the danger (see that other stupid-ass post). She's been suppporting my lazy ass while I'm in school, and Wall of Death jobs probably don't offer tuition reimbursment.

No, this isn't me. I'm uglier. Welcome.

 

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caffeine said:
there goes the neighborhood!

I heard stories about that BSA..............................

ill be on the lookout locally for indian parts...

first place to check Mel, is Nicks Cycle salvage or whatever he is calling it now...

Yo brother! Called there today, no anwser. Got some other good leads by some pals that know of some good spots. Thanks for any help my man! Still aint seen that sedan, we need to scare some woman and children. Thanks for the welcomes!
 
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