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2014 Sunday Broadcaster

#1 2014-07-23 5:30pm

billyhandyjunior
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2014 Sunday Broadcaster

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2014 Sunday Broadcaster

One of Lenny's Killer Kustom Kreations!!!!!

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#2 2014-07-23 8:05pm

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Those tires were invented for this build specifically. NICE!


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#3 2014-07-23 8:44pm

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Thank you!!!! It's evil.
I'm building it's Bone Deth Bastard side kick.....should be done any day.


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#4 2014-07-23 9:13pm

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Oh my......that is a true one of a kind ass kicker right there. Love the pattern, so cool. Clean but mean....cool


Ummmmm..........Yeah.

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#5 2014-07-23 10:05pm

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#6 2014-07-24 2:59pm

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Nice!


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#7 2014-07-24 5:29pm

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Awesome looking bike Billy. I love Lenny's creations. I love the trans orange broadcasters too. cool  I want one. smile

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#8 2014-07-24 10:26pm

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84HaroSport wrote:

Awesome looking bike Billy. I love Lenny's creations. I love the trans orange broadcasters too. cool  I want one. smile

Lenny Rules. His creations are amazing. You should get one from him! Thank you for the kind words. smile

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#9 2014-07-24 11:32pm

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That thing is SICK!!!!  how'd he do the skulls? hydrographics?


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#10 2014-07-25 4:50am

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Never2old2ride wrote:

That thing is SICK!!!!  how'd he do the skulls? hydrographics?

I'm not too sure of the process. I believe it's some sort of 'wrap'.

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Thank you for the comment!


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#11 2014-07-26 5:45am

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Re: 2014 Sunday Broadcaster

billyhandyjunior wrote:

Never2old2ride wrote:

That thing is SICK!!!!  how'd he do the skulls? hydrographics?

I'm not too sure of the process. I believe it's some sort of 'wrap'.

smile

Thank you for the comment!

Not sure what hydrographics are, but if that means it was dipped, then yes. lol

The film lays on top of water like a skin, then the parts are dipped into the water and the film skin coats the bike.

Lenny painted the bike first, then dipped the skill coating on, then clear-coated the frame. Beautifully done.

This is my second favorite Broadcaster that exists. I think Lenny dubbed it "The Nightstalker". Totally badass. cool

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#12 2014-07-26 10:29am

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Re: 2014 Sunday Broadcaster

RadicalNick wrote:

billyhandyjunior wrote:

Never2old2ride wrote:

That thing is SICK!!!!  how'd he do the skulls? hydrographics?

I'm not too sure of the process. I believe it's some sort of 'wrap'.

smile

Thank you for the comment!

Not sure what hydrographics are, but if that means it was dipped, then yes. lol

The film lays on top of water like a skin, then the parts are dipped into the water and the film skin coats the bike.

Lenny painted the bike first, then dipped the skill coating on, then clear-coated the frame. Beautifully done.

This is my second favorite Broadcaster that exists. I think Lenny dubbed it "The Nightstalker". Totally badass. cool

Which one is your favorite Broadcaster? wink
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#13 2015-02-07 3:38pm

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Man I really like this bike, so cool to see something so unique. Its not easy to build a bike these days and still have something all its own. This bike is a real sharp looking ride, looks street mean too. Very well done good sir! coolbig_smile


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