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milwaukee belle

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Location: South Provence of FRANCE

Post Wed Nov 22, 2006 2:04 am

:( starting this kind of production in france equals shooting you a bullet in the nose...
i think i should définitively leave wife , children , home and friends and go live my life elsewhere...where life is more cool for workers ...where government don't ask you to pay more than you win .
good idéa , no ? :?
let's stop dreamin'....
i have thousand idéas this kind in mind . and the best i can do is trying to include them in the customer's bikes....and then ; waiting to see later the same part manufactured by a strong factory :wink: ....

don't worry : i live this very well . ( i'm 48 old and i need more than this to be out )
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milwaukee belle

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Post Fri Nov 24, 2006 1:11 am

:D Ah ! Thank you ! your proposition go right to my heart ! :lol:
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patch

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Location: derry nh

Post Thu Nov 30, 2006 7:51 pm

starting work on my 1u.it should only look half a good as yours i would be happy,great looking bike well done
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milwaukee belle

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Post Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:39 am

idéas and comments are free :D . we are here to share . if you need some idéa : don't hésitate to call me : if i can help ; it will be with pleasure :wink: .
Fran-6
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47knuck

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Location: Ogden, Utah, USA

Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 12:08 pm

Fran-6: Nice work. You are creative as hell. We love the look. What color paint is that? Wife likes it for her ULH and you know how that works. I truly like the craftsmanship on this bike very nice. Great looking ride.
Steve H
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milwaukee belle

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Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 2:21 pm

Well...
Uncle Joe's streamliner was sky blue....
but we all use to see the color of this scoot thru magasine's pics....
( so : exact color is hard to determinate )
i have choosen a semi-gloss sky blue ...with some light grey inside ( kinda " hey! look at the sky : it's gonna rain soon..." )
the game consist in " you must not be able to see at the first look if this is "pure-blue" or "blue-with-a-something-strange-inside"
so : i have made severals samples with my painter ( under a good ol' sun's lightning )
about all the other parts painted in "black" too : i have choosen a special color :
well :
when ya see the scoot ; you think "this is black" .
but when you put a REAL black-painted part side by side : then , you see it is a deep-deep-dark-BLUE !

result is as i hoped : the scoot is new .....but it looks OLD...

cool , no :wink:

Fran-6

P.S: thanks for all the comments !
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47knuck

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Location: Ogden, Utah, USA

Post Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:54 pm

Cool, YES Very nice color on an outstanding bike
Steve H
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mudbone

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Post Sat Jan 27, 2007 8:03 pm

This has got to be the most beautiful flat I have ever seen! This bike is right on time....later mudbone
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