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Re: Chopper Junk
franko #773977 05/17/19 7:03 am
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Originally Posted by franko
Marino: I have a Norton Chopper that belonged to a friend. He used Alumalite to do the molding in of parts. She needs motor work and the back wheel off-set corrected, but it is a future project.
So on to your BSAs.
Here is what I think of as a bobber that has a good stance and the rake looks to be thought out. Link
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With the oil tank and battery tray in this set up, I think a A10 or A65 motor will look in place here.
Good luck in your endeavors.


Nothing Chooper about that M20/21 it’s a fairly standard bike, only thing really out of place is the exhaust system.


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Re: Chopper Junk
marino #774038 05/17/19 8:36 pm
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Hi Allen: I assumed (and we know what that means) the bike was modified because of the Von Dutch and it being striped in the 70s that was written in the ad. With my bi focals I read stripped.
Out of curiosity, would the frame accept a twin without cutting it up? Just thinking out loud because I have too many projects at the moment.

Re: Chopper Junk
marino #774267 05/20/19 6:01 am
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lol. oh man! anyway do we have a price range for this olde chopper junk? $50, $500, $5,000? i will be cleaning
out some stuff in a month or so. i will see what i got.

Re: Chopper Junk
marino #774662 05/25/19 10:37 am
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Here is another one. Link
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Re: Chopper Junk
marino #774845 05/27/19 1:33 pm
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That one has a good stance

Re: Chopper Junk
marino #774984 05/28/19 8:15 pm
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wassell peanut tank -
A65 rigid frame with rake
webco oil tank
conical wheel and fork
jones 19" rim
fork brace

Let me know what you want to offer

Re: Chopper Junk
MarkFrankinstein #775032 05/29/19 4:46 am
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there is a difference between junk chopper parts and junk choppers.

Re: Chopper Junk
marino #775117 05/30/19 2:56 am
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Re: Chopper Junk
marino #775121 05/30/19 4:51 am
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nice bike. personally, i contact buyers thru emails or texts. i dont hear well on the phone.

Re: Chopper Junk
MarkFrankinstein #775142 05/30/19 1:13 pm
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sent ya message Mark

Re: Chopper Junk
marino #775499 06/03/19 2:02 am
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