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Rick Voshell 1960's Go Fast

davidd

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These are some photos of a bike that Rick Voshell built in the 1960's. I like it because you used to see Vins like this all the time. Lots of period mods. It worked well. Rick does not suffer poor performance and has always done high quality work.







David
 

vibrac

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I can see by the pristine condition of the rear carb venturi that it was never used on a bumpy track....
 

davidd

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Tim,

Quite true. I asked Rick about the long aluminum arms holding the float bowls and he never had a problem with them. So, it was smooth roads only.

David
 

greg brillus

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I like the clear piece of tube on the oil delivery line, and the neat clamp arrangement to support the HT leads, and the torque stays on the front brake plates.... quite simple but effective mods.....very cool bike......Thanks for the pics David...Cheers, Greg.
 

Kansas Bad Man

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I Saw the bike in real life in front of Sonny Angels M/C shop National City California tide to a trailer, she looked new and never run very much, still had rubber tits on the tires.
 
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