Archive for August, 2008

Knucklebuster T-Shirt Reminder

As stated a couple weeks ago, starting tomorrow, t-shirt prices will be going up to $15 a piece. Today is your last chance to pick one up for $13 shipped before the price increase. Head on over to the Knucklebuster Shop to grab yourself one.

Knucklebuster Poll

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Clay was one of the ACO winners for his killer 1958 BSA

Harley flathead boardtracker


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Sectioned Motorcycle Diagrams

Man, I dig sectioned motorcycle art. When they’re well done, it’s something you can just stare at for a long time - at least I can. Visually digging through the details and getting a feel for how everything works together. Good stuff. Here’s a few examples I lifted from a JJ thread not too long […]

Road of Death Trailer

Seriously. I love this shit.

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Yamaha XS 650 Street Trackers

Mule Motorcycles aka Richard Pollock builds some of the raddest Yamaha XS650 Street Trackers around – actually most of his builds are pretty sick. Very few people are putting this level of detail into these bikes - at least here in the states. It’s nice to see someone more concerned with using this platform to […]

Knucklebuster pages across the web

So I’m finally biting the bullet and plugging into this web 2.0 thing; it’s been a long time coming.
I’ve finally set up my accounts on facebook, and twitter, and you can also find me up on myspace and flickr. Add my profiles on your site of choice and throw in some photos into the Knucklebuster […]

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BSA Flat Tracker

Really digging the look of this BSA 750 Flat tracker

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1926 Harley Davidson 350cc Single Cylinder

1926 Harley Davidson 26B 350cc s.v. Model “twenty one” was introduced in 1925 and it was mainly produced for the export market; it was the lowest price Harley at the time. This model B is the luxury model with full electric lighting.
To see more pics, click the read more link.

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1900’s Britannia Lathe

I totally want one of these. This video is kind of like porn for a tool nerd.Loving it.
Britannia Self-Acting, Screw-Cutting, gap-bed treadle lathe. This lathe was made in Colchester England circa 1900.

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George the Painter lining up on the dragway.

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