WCC style oil cap

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Re: WCC style oil cap

Post by krymis » Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:54 am

Tim B 1640 wrote:i think i read somewhere that Jesse James came out with that style first and let Billy Lane use it. i could be wrong though
billy licensed jj to use it on the shop built bikes and then later when jj changed some things it be came a sell item.

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Re: WCC style oil cap

Post by BIGJIM » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:49 am

Seen it back in the early 80's at a show here in Chicago.

I like the hidden speed loader idea! :mrgreen:

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Re: WCC style oil cap

Post by railroad bob » Tue Feb 14, 2012 1:13 am

BIGJIM wrote:Seen it back in the early 80's at a show here in Chicago.

I like the hidden speed loader idea! :mrgreen:
And then there is the bayonet hand shift, and the sword hidden in the sissy bar, brass knuckle kicker pedal, stash tube in the bottom of the seat post.
Put a spring loaded hinged cover with a grease zerk on it, dab some grease on it...
I saw a chopper at a bike show in the Bar parking lot that had a pistol locked to the fork lock.

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