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Hello all. I got invited to build a bike for Born Free 4, and I decided to build a digger. It turned out awesome and I am super happy with it. I haven't taken any pics of my own really, but I stole these from the web (some from Noot, Michael Lichter, MC Art and others). I'll do a more detailed write-up of the bike on the Wretched Hive blog at some point (www.thewretchedhive.blogspot.com) but just wanted to throw up some pics of it here. It's a 1966 shovelhead motor and trans with an original ness digger frame and springer, kimtab wheels, and a shit ton of other handmade and rare parts. Thanks to Josh (who posts here as ThrowbackMC I think) for the rocker boxes and kicker pedal.









 

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I saw it on Noot's blog awhile back. Nicely done. I hope you have alot of time on your hands, you're gonna need it keeping that drivetrain shiny! Lol.
 

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So many cool details, congrats on another great build!
 

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Huge fan. True story, I grew up with his mom babysitting me, him and my younger sister and brother. When I was a kid, I lived in Washington D.C. and him and his mom lived in the apartment above my family.

"FUCK YO COUCH!!! THEY SHOULDA NEVER GAVE YOU NI**** MONEY!!!"-Rick James. You a Chapelle fan?
 

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Dave, you outdid yourself on this one. So many modified and custom parts. I'd ask what you made for the bike, but I'm sure a better question is what didn't you make. And what're you gonna do for wheels on your next bike. You've used every good looking rare fucking wheel there is to use.
 
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