Billdozer’s new bike is raw, tough and absolutely gorgeous all at the same time. The contrast between the rusted bare metal and the squeaky clean motor is stunning and compelling; I keep coming back to these photos and really soaking in the soul of the bike. Throw in the great stance, amen style frame, pipes, bars… well you get the picture; an absolute winner all around.
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1967 Triumph frame
196? Triumph fork, stock length
Amen-style bolt-on plunger rear end
16″ HD rear rim laced to Triumph hub
Stock 19″ up front
1971 T120R Engine, rebuilt by Andy Dunn in Garden Grove
Hunt Magneto/no battery
Horn button under seat is light & kill switch
All cloth wiring by Andy’s dad, Tony
Four Aces oil tank
Rear fender ‘36 Ford
eBay tailight modified
Seat by Anvil Customs w/ early prototype Biltwell hinge
NOS Wassel Peanut tank
Biltwell prototype “Keystone” handlebars
I made the head steadies, headlight mount, fender stays and bottom mount
Leaky petcocks, sticky Amal slide, bent footpegs…
I got a bitchin’ vintage knobby to mount up front and a new rear rim, just haven’t gotten off my ass yet…
Lots of stupid questions answered by Wes at Four Aces!