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When I first saw this I was speechless;g
I can't believe someone actually bid on it.
Ninja Chopper (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Custom-Built-Motorcycles-KAWASAKI-NINJA-500-C-CUSTOM-NINJA-NOT-AL-CUSTOM-NINJA-500-NOT-ALLIGATOR_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ10062QQitemZ4618545932QQrdZ1)
that is nasty.
That sums up what I think of someone else's idea of something cool. It is so Butt Ugly, IMO, that it should be flushed. I'm going to be sick just looking at it.
OK, I'm gonna play the devil's advocate here and say, "why not?" It doesn't look any worse than an OCC jobber. It's weird and it's garish. Perfect theme for the modern day chopper.
I would like to see the trash that did that;f
Originally posted by fnfalman
OK, I'm gonna play the devil's advocate here and say, "why not?" It doesn't look any worse than an OCC jobber. It's weird and it's garish. Perfect theme for the modern day chopper. Modern day "chopper" my buddy Kiwi built. Doesn't resemble it really.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/eddygein/8166e7a0.jpg
Modern day chopper my buddy zombie built.. nope, not there either.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/eddygein/46a99fa3.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/eddygein/182afcf4.jpg"modern day" chopper my buddy Bee built.. Not seeing it there.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/eddygein/5f332f29.jpgChop I'm building. Still don't see it.
Only razzing you a bit. OCC bikes are tacky as hell and IMHO, polished crap with the word chopper written on the price tag, but they're better than that crap. Not by much in my book, but still better.
White buffalo, can't wait to see that sled when you are thru, I'm more traditional, rida an 03 FXSTDI
de gustibus non est disputandum
Wouldn't catch me ridin' it though!
Nice choppers Buffalo. Here is a pic of mine. Not as hand built as yours but it is about to get an open-primary and a lot of powder coat. There is way to much bling on this thing right now. Oh yeah it is a '04 American Ironhorse Lonestar Chopper 111' motor that has been worked and a rigid 280mm rear.
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