been almost a year, but hows the wife liking the bike?
im not a fan of the red. i love red and black but its not the right red. yea he uses the bench top buffer a ton to buff everything. thanksThanks for the compliments Tribry! Skeeter, that Norton is sweet. I'm not a fan of the color, but it's still sweet. That cb looks super clean. Does he hand polish the engine parts?
Hat off to dad. Looks like he retired and doing what he loves. Best thing for us older types. I did a little of that few years back. Lost money on the suckers. Had fun with the UPS driver who was like Santa Clause everyday at noon. LOL. The UPS driver would walk the boxes into the garage and talk bikes with me for a few minutes each day. I always had some ice tea or coke for him in the fridge. Had fun with it. Restored 2, 1973 Triumph's, Bonneville and Tiger. Made it easy with 2 of em side by side. Made it easy to figure out how to put things back together. Had one to look at for reference.sounds good. bike came out awesome. id love to buy a wrecked trumpet and hardtail. im on those auction sites a lot as well
my dad retired to AZ and has been biuldin cafe'd CBs 750s. hes on his 3rd one. also restored a norton. i do all the welding and powder coating for him.