Took the 4runner just in case I decide to buy something big
Not a bad price for this clean Honda CL 450. The owner was asking $3500 or best offer
Digging the setup on this Shovel
One of many reasons why I love swap meets, you’ll never know what you will run into
A great place for sharing old stories and good memories
Where else can you get used magazines for $.50 per issue
Check out this bitching frame
Aside from cheap parts, chatting with the sellers is enough to get your Sunday morning going
Check out that longboard in the back…
Follow OakTownChoppers on Instagram if you haven’t already. Super cool dude
No description needed. This screams “STAY THE FUCK AWAY”… lol
As I was making my rounds, a guy came up to me and gave me this… Sweet!
“Can I take a picture of this trike?”
“Ok now you gotta buy it!
“That’s a nice camera!”
“Thanks! you want a picture?”
“Sure, I won’t charge you”
I heard about Basket Case Magazine in one of Recycle Garage‘s podcasts. It was nice to meet Josh, the guy behind the magazine. We had a short chat about future events and rides. If you’re ever in Santa Cruz, stop by and support their magazines.
This blue Shovel is a regular here. Good seeing it again
“Can I take a picture of this mini bike?”
“Sure, you can take it home too for $20!”
“What! You don’t gotta tell me twice!!”
Best $20 I’ve ever spent lol
I knew it was a good idea to take the 4runner!
Walked back to the parking lot to check out more bikes
Alex English from Old E Metalworks broke everyone’s neck with this Knucklehead
What a bike! The average eye cannot comprehend all the little details Alex put into this bike
It was a successful swap meet as I got what I was looking for and more
Rear swing arm for my Shovel project…
$20 mini chopper…
A stash of magazines…
and I bought a raffle ticket for Born Free 9 which came with this rad poster of the Panhead that they’re raffling off this year
Until next time Lnspltrs!