I think that project deserves an before and after picture, just to see the rusted old bike and then we can appreciate all the work you did on it, but it looks good, I like that green,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Well there are a couple of before pictures. My cat walked across the keyboard while I was putting them together and now I can't seem to get rid of the attached pictures.
I dig the green. Did you paint it? Is it metallic?
OOOOOOOOOO!! Pretty bright green!!!
My preferred bicycle brand is.......WORKSMAN CYCLES
I dislike clipless pedals on any city bike since I feel they are unsafe.
Originally Posted by krazygluon
Steel: nearly a thousand years of metallurgical development
Aluminum: barely a hundred, which one would you rather have under your butt at 30mph?
Yes I painted it with 5 coats of aerosol paint then three coats of clearcoat . No it is not metallic. What a job that was but my wife likes it so it was well worth it.
I like it! I have several Huffy Good Vibration bikes. They are great riding bikes.
Yes I think it turned out okay for the first one.
Yes for my first try I think I did okay.
It reminds me of this old John Deere bike that pops up on CL sometimes.
The speed is break neck, faster than a high speed dual cassette tape deck.
very nice. congrats on a job well done
"Whenever I see an adult riding a bicycle, I know there is hope for mankind." (H. G. Wells)
We are moving to North Carolina and don't have the room to take this bike so my wife wants to sell it. Any idea what I can get for it. I contacted Huffy and they said it was a 1968 Cruiser.