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    Carl casper's custom auto show

    i just received my acceptances letter for the
    (51st CARL CASPER'S CUSTOM AUTO SHOW) for my BRONCCO show stopper 3 wheeler ,,and my DUSTER CHOPPER . the biggest custom shows in the USA. pretty big deal for me . the last thing i had in the show was one of my race cars i think in 1994. check the show out on the net lots of kool old photos
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    Great news Glenn. Carl's show is a great one. I was at his 40th in 2002 and won with my 1932 Ford roadster pedal car which is now in a museum in Ohio. Carl had all his cars from the past at the show and a friend of mine that worked for Carl was responsible for getting all the cars from his warehouse to the show. All his cars like the telephone booth with a 392 hemi all ran. I worked on his David Cassidy Model T roadster way back when. Good luck--your bike should do real well.

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    I had absolutely no idea they had such things there. It's been a long while since I've been to Casper. I'll have to check it out this year. Great looking bikes!

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    Well deserve sir. Beautiful examples of what restoration should look.
    Good luck representing the mini bike world.

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    look how dirty it got from setting in the shop covered up but i got it standing tall now. i put a chroma breather on it and a nos. muffler. i have a chroma bowler housing ,and kick starter i might put on it . what do you guys think our should i levee it like it is
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    Tough call Glenn I think it looks great the way it is but the chrome cover and kick start might be cool too
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    hears the cover i almost hate to use it . its a nos. factory dress up cover with a original
    water slid decal ,,,,,only new 1 time ,,as soon as i tighten up the bolts it well mare it up
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    Glenn, in my opinion, the white cover ties in with the seat, but it would look good either way.. if the NOS cover gets used, at least it will be used on a bike that is worthy of it

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    Nice those are certainly worthy of Any show. I like the white cover it adds a nice contrast while tieing in with the seat. Too much chrome can be drowned out. but i think you need some old white grips instead of the red waffle ones.

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