Well if you are like me then you love seeing old junk. This 1940's Bsa girder is going on the Norton project and as I stripped all the layers of paint off I found all the old Brazing joints. So fucking cool how they used to do this with cast pieces and then sweat them all together. Ever seen a old Harley frame it is a thing of beauty for sure. It looks a little crude by todays TIG everything standards but there is something much more aesthetically pleasing knowing someone actually sat there with a torch and brazing rod 70 years ago and put this together. Been cleaning and prepping parts all week as well as throw together my swingarm roller. Got a front end, ordered some neck bearings, swingarm rebuild kit, and traded out for some shocks. Going to the blaster next week then I will get down to making it a Anchor bike. I'm thinking stroker tough guy bike but I think a street tracker type thing would also be a lot of fun. I keep thinking about bombing some dirt hills and jumping curbs just on a Harley. Dreams in one hand, Shit in the other.