How to Build a Bobber on a Budget (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
160
Utgivningsdatum
2008-02-01
Upplaga
First
Förlag
Motorbooks International
Illustratör/Fotograf
250 colour
Illustrationer
250 colour
Dimensioner
207 x 210 x 10 mm
Vikt
500 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
,
ISBN
9780760327852
How to Build a Bobber on a Budget (häftad)

How to Build a Bobber on a Budget

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Bobbers are the hottest style in the custom bike market, and now you can afford one without paying a fortune! All you need to make a killer custom bike is a set of tools, a little know-how, and imagination and creative vision. Despite the rise of high-priced Gucci cycles, the true custom bike is still affordable, and can be built by you on a budget - and cheaper than buying a new one! Jose de Miguel is an experienced motorcycle custom builder, and in clear, simple, easy to follow terms, he shows readers how to turn odds and ends into one-off motorcycle parts and turn a cheap, run-of-the mill custom bike into a drop-dead show stopper! Clear and straightforward instructions are given, along with full illustrations of the projects, showing how any owner with rudimentary skills, a basic tool kit, a little resourcefulness, and - perhaps more importantly - a lot of imagination can build the Bobber of their dreams...and all on a budget!
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Former professional race car driver Jose de Miguel began building custom motorcycles in his home town of San Juan, Puerto Rico from necessity. In San Juan a rider had to build his own custom bike because there were no custom shops at the time. Today he runs the thriving Caribbean Custom Motorcycle shop in San Juan, but he still relies on the resourcefulness and creativity that made his early builds possible.