Posts tagged: junk

Shovelhead Motor


Needs a rebuild but overall it’s in good condition. It’s a 77 and includes bill of sale. A couple small odds and ends are needed but it’s pretty much all there. Id sell it as it sits or Ill split the top and bottom for the right price. Looking for maybe 1500 or best offer. Call the shop if you’re interested.

Speed Club – 651-968-0263

FOR SALE – 80″ Project

Up for sale in the Chopper Shack. 80″ bottom end. Running perfect when pulled and swapped for stroker motor. I pulled heads last week for something else. Cylinders/Pistons look like NEW. Hydro lifters. Old Jammer frame with custom rear axles (boxed in drag bike style). Very slight rake to neck. Seat, rigid oil tank, 35mm front end w/ good chrome, NEW Lowbrow P-nut tank. Good front tire, Junk rear tire for mock-up purposes. Now’s a great time to get started on that winter bike build. Here’s just what you need to get started. Make me an offer.

Can’t Stop the Swap

It’s was a sh*t day all Sunday but you can’t stop the swap. I did get rid of all my little junk parts but as usual, I spent more than I made. Who cares. I’m not in it to turn a buck – I’m just doin it till my adult film career takes off.


Scored a Super E with new filter and tear drop cover. I also got a cool H1 drag rear wheel. I mostly just wanted the 18″ rim but the drag slick will have a permanent place on my wall of cool. Maybe I’ll post a pic of it here shortly.


The Baron Scrambler

Talk about a fine Triumph. This is the Baron Scrambler.  Looks like a nice little dirt tracker. All the right pieces are there and all the junk has been scraped away. He’s running the enduro tires, heavy sprung seat, wide bars, custom tank, and drag pipes all tied together on that hardtail frame with the pre-unit trump motor. I really really like this thing. It reminds me of a T100R I used to have out in Boston. Triumph’s have got that “great lines” factor that you just dont see in a lot of bikes or custom builds these days. A tip of the hat to those chrome fork covers. …very nice.

Twin Cities Swap Meet Aftermath!

So Speed Club Inc attended last weekends Gringo & Mickey’s Moto Psycho Swap Meet. From an enthusiasts standpoint, the event was a little short on vendors in comparison to the last years. I think it might have been because of Donnie Smith’s Bike show and Swap coming up in 2 weeks. In any event, we did pick up some really sweet junk for a couple projects and I managed to snap some photos for the chopper blog.

I found a great 45″ motor crammed into a milk crate. The guy wanted $1200 beans so I decided to pass. I also bumped into the guys with a booth made out of Heavy t-shirts, twisted bars and shovelhead motors.