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    I happened to mention in a FB group that an Aermacchi is on my bucket list, and the concept I had in mind was a fairly radical custom based on the final Harley 350 double-cradle frame. A guy in Terre Haute said he had a spare '73 350 SS frame that I could have for free. I found another guy who was willing throw it on his truck on his way through there and haul it to KC. Yesterday, he texted me this photo. It should arrive this weekend. I am fairly sure it will probably just hang in my rafters at least until I retire. Then, when I finally have the free time, the cost and availability of Aermacchi parts will be obscene. But in the meantime, I'll have fun looking at it and scheming...
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    2011 Suzuki Kizashi GTS Sport 6MT • 2002 Ford F150 SuperCrew FX4 Lariat
    2013 Can-Am Spyder RS-S • 1974 Honda CL125S • "Bultakenstein" – 1977 Bultaco Roadster (project)

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    2011 Suzuki Kizashi GTS Sport 6MT • 2002 Ford F150 SuperCrew FX4 Lariat
    2013 Can-Am Spyder RS-S • 1974 Honda CL125S • "Bultakenstein" – 1977 Bultaco Roadster (project)

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      That is a ridiculously cool-looking frame. Would you build it up as a resto project, or use the frame as the basis for a custom?
      Originally posted by Dan
      My name is Edward

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        Very much a "budget bitsa" custom.
        2011 Suzuki Kizashi GTS Sport 6MT • 2002 Ford F150 SuperCrew FX4 Lariat
        2013 Can-Am Spyder RS-S • 1974 Honda CL125S • "Bultakenstein" – 1977 Bultaco Roadster (project)

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