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Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Pantherista Pix Released

Well Shaun got his bits home and has published this shot on Dirty Bobbers, so it must be OK to share it with you now. As can be seen, the springers are a real throw back to the seventies. The rear end is a slightly stretched custom number, otherwise the rest of it shares the same basic Panther parts as Sumo's posted yesterday. Amazing the difference in overall appearance of size between the two bikes.
The name for this new project, why it's Captain Cleckheaton of course.

Last week I had some primary cover parts laser cut for Sumo's project. Here's the prototype set after a quick shot of paint and loose assembly. Should look pretty cool and groovy when all painted up properly and fitted to the bike

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