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    Default Caviness Motorbike Co.

    Here's a link to a quick video of my bike running. I hope to get one up of me riding soon.

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    COOL bike!!!!

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    awesome bike man.

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    Good looking bike! I love the old school look. Cool storage bin on the rear rack, neat gas tank, great paint job, accessories, etc. That thing is a real head turner, and you will be spending most of your ride time at a stop answering questions from people who have never seen one like it before. You will probably have a lot of people wanting you to build one for them until they find out how much you have in it.

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    you're always promoting caviness motorbike co., but when I google caviness motorbike, I cant find anything but threads where you have posted videos. so what exactly is caviness motor bike co., and is there a website for it? or is it just a fancy way of saying you're a guy who builds motorized bikes?

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    That's one of the nicest MB builds I've ever seen, Darkhawk. Great attention to detail, and you've really captured the vintage look. Bravo!



    Question: I've been trying to find that very same gas tank. Derringer Cycles uses them, but I can't get any response from them. Also, Imperial Cycles lists this tank for sale at http://imperialparts.blogspot.com/, but when I've inquired by phone and email about whether they have it in stock and ready to ship...nothing! I believe the tank is a "new old stock" Italian moped tank. Any help you can provide to me in finding one will be greatly appreciated.

    -Max

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    WHERE did you get the 'squeeky toy' (mechanical klaxon) you have on your handlebars?

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    never did answer my question about caviness motorbike co. WHAT IS IT????

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    I really, really, really like your bike; and especially love that horn - where can i get me one of those horns?

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    butterbean: You posted an insulting comment to darkhawk22's post twenty days ago, and you're surprised that he hasn't replied to you?! What planet do you live on?

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