X-Pro II Lucas Creamer
74sforever Tomorrow is another day... 1w

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74sforever One of my customers brought in his killer 58 Cameo, this morning...Really wishing I hadnt sold my 58 Fleetside! 1w

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74sforever Almost back with this survivor... @lawrence_vintage_cycle 3w

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74sforever I've got some fun projects going back together, bout time for another Handy Lift...@lawrence_vintage_cycle 3w

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74sforever FOR SALE
Email me for price
Lucascreamer@gmail.com
1mon

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74sforever FOR SALE
93 inch nostalgia drag bike.
Kosman frame, naturally aspirated with alcohol, high gear only, slipper clutch. Will post video of it running.
Email me for pricing lucascreamer@gmail.com
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74sforever Here's the 41 in 1971 8mon

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74sforever The 41 survivor I picked up, last year 8mon

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9mon 74sforever
Normal Lucas Creamer
74sforever Got to have this 1913 Sears De Luxe "Dreadnought Nine" (horsepower) over for a photo shoot today. 9mon

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9mon 74sforever
Normal Lucas Creamer
74sforever Vintage Cycle shirts FOR SALE
American Apparel shirts made in USA.
Get em before they're gone...
74sforeverforever74s.bigcartel.com
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9mon 74sforever
Normal Lucas Creamer
74sforever 12 volt regulators FOR SALE.
Make for great stocking stuffers.
Get em at... 74sforeverforever74s.bigcartel.com
9mon

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74sforever Thank you so much for all of your support over the years, Hiro. @cycletrash
check Cycle Trash for earlier designs and there is some new shirts coming very soon!
9mon
  •   cycletrash my pleasure Lucas! can't wait for new shirts. 9mon

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74sforever Always an honor to be in Ripper Magazine
@roller_magazine @gonz_mtng @el_ojo_photo
9mon

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74sforever My daily reminder...
#bikershit
#vintageposter
#handsup
9mon

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74sforever Reminiscing the "Scrapper" today 9mon

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74sforever Stuffing the shop turkey...
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone
9mon

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74sforever Vintage Motor Clothes...
For sale soon
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74sforever Frank's Wild Years 9mon

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74sforever ...and goodnight 9mon

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  •   gryzm1 Funny how they cram a hundred years of HD in six weeks... That program should be 6 months long 10mon
  •   74sforever When i went to MMI "Early model" was Panhead, Knucklehead and Flathead. "Tech" was Shovelhead, "Late model" was Evo (twin cam hadnt come out yet) and "Engine rebuild and Performance" was where they got more specific about the motor work. And that was over a year @gryzm1 but I did wish they coulda had the option to dive even deeper into any of the aspects of HD history. 10mon
  •   70moto Is EVO part of early model now? @74sforever 10mon
  •   74sforever Im told that it is...@70moto 10mon
  •   slovy___ If u ask for evo parts at the dealership here they tell u it's obsolete 10mon
  •   gryzm1 Nice!!! You had it better than I did! At least EVO was still in "Tech" when I went.. I'm still good friends with my early model instructor. I tattooed him a couple times. 10mon

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