Vintage Engine Art

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Rizingson, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. MCRIDER1959

    MCRIDER1959 Been here awhile

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  2. MCRIDER1959

    MCRIDER1959 Been here awhile

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  3. Thumpermeister

    Thumpermeister roost maker

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  4. roadholder

    roadholder Long timer

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  5. Mach Z

    Mach Z Budding ADV Addict!

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    How about some pics of the 73 H2 peeking from behind!


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  6. SportsterTom

    SportsterTom Been here awhile

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    Engine has never been apart since the day it was born, July 12, 1983.

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  7. Thumpermeister

    Thumpermeister roost maker

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  8. wmfleet2

    wmfleet2 Long timer

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  9. corsair4360

    corsair4360 Been here awhile

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    Beautifully done restoration!
  10. roadholder

    roadholder Long timer

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  11. Thumpermeister

    Thumpermeister roost maker

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  12. Thumpermeister

    Thumpermeister roost maker

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  13. MotoChuck250

    MotoChuck250 Not older than dirt

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    Any more info or pics of this project???

    The logistics of hooking two pre-units together seem quite a challenge. Would be interested in how the primary drive to the transmission is handled.
  14. Scrivens

    Scrivens Been here awhile

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  15. ricochetrider

    ricochetrider MotoMojo

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  16. ricochetrider

    ricochetrider MotoMojo

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    3 shots of the same motor- 1 B&W, 1 color, & 1 close up

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  17. ricochetrider

    ricochetrider MotoMojo

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    Awesome olds cool, pre unit bobber

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  18. ricochetrider

    ricochetrider MotoMojo

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    hot rod motor, TROG 2017

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  19. roadholder

    roadholder Long timer

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    Damaged art!
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  20. JBSmith

    JBSmith Ink-stained wretch

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    This is what amazes me about the internal combustion engine. It's all about that little volume between the piston and the head, and what happens there, and yet there are so many ways to contain it and make it happen. Basically, you start with an empty spot and throw engineering at the space all around it.
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