Rebuilt M74B

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steve_wood
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Rebuilt M74B

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With significant help from Dr. Cotten, the M74B is back together. Now I just have to do everything else! Seriously, it's not that bad, but the darn thing looks so good I just had to post it.

Yes I know it's supposed to be flat black but I like shiny more.

steve
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"Shiny" is correct, not 'flat'.

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steve

keep us posted on the install. did you make any mods to it or is it stock?

i painted mine matte, kinda half way between flat and gloss.

john

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The carb is stock. The rest of the bike will be as close to stock as I can get it. Including the paint job: Flamboyant Metallic Green with a White stripe! Correct only for 1956!

steve

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