I REALLY! need to finish my '72 XLCH, and the only thing holding me up is paint. I'm building it on the cheap as just a simple bike for buzzing around town. It's been sort of a personal challenge to build it with as little money spent as possible and I've always thought, If I don't like the way it rides when it's finished, I'll just sell it. so again the less spent, the better.
I have spares of just about everything including three sets of tanks and fenders.
Should I keep it a classic '72 with the stock front and rear fender, air cleaner, original H-D cobra style seat, and Gary bang sissy bar?
Or, the same except with bobbed fenders? Rear ain't bobbed here. This what I originally had in mind.
Lately, I've been leaning to a more vintage look. Bobbed fenders, round air cleaner, and an old buddy seat? I could also do it this way but with stock fenders.
I grow tired of colors fast so, paint will be one of the following: Black, Gray, White, or Orange (how'd that get in there?), with depending on color, Orange, Black, or White pin stripping.
Yeah, '72's didn't come with fork boots but, I like them.
To make matters worse, I also have the early '61-'66 4 gallon turtle tank and a boat tail.
I shouldn't ask but,...