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1896 Steam Motorcycle (Replica)


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Old 07-20-2016, 06:45:21 PM
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Default 1896 Steam Motorcycle (Replica)

I want one!
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Thanks for the post i remember seeing this a while back and thought it was great, I wonder if Paul Brodie built that replica,Paul the younger guy in the video is a master builder and fabricator,he teaches courses on building frames and all sorts of stuff,Paul is a very interesting and talented man,and Pete is just a wealth of knowledge.
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I know I'm almost 3 years late to the party here but you really should go online and look at the Excelsior board track racers that Paul Brodie built. he goes through the whole process of how he designed and fabricated and machined step by step, etcetera.
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This thread reminded me of a pic I saw on reddit the other day.
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