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I'm glad that you went to the original RED color . I remember there was blisters on the original red paint,
paint never dried right, Mollys epoxy had a long dry time and it just didnt get it. Build was done in a bit over 30 days start to finish. When the red was changed to the purple psychadelic paint we also built a girder front end instead of the springer that was on it.
I remember when it had a sprinnger front forks and a locked rear end it wouldnt turn . The frontend would just wash out .Do you remember me Bob Blunder ? in the mag .
Looking really good. The original springer looked a lot better than the rigid girder. Too bad it didn't function well so was replaced.