[Dibico Project Journal - Part 5][Back to part 4]
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Hey, maybe I would like to have a caravan?
Engine looks good.
Working on the rear end framework.
The entire length.
The bike from behind with mounted wheels.
The bike from left with mounted wheels.
The bike from the right with mounted wheels.
Welding some pedals in aluminium.
Mounting the pedals.
Finally the stear head arrived. Looked exactly the way it supposed to look.
2012 was an interesting year not only because I graduated from school but also because I decided that the only way to get this bike going was to buy a complete working engine to put in it. Found it some 200km from home, borrowed my dads truck and went to get it. It was a ford 302 that came out of a wan. Of course it was all oily and rusty so I had to wash it right out in the cold.