After pictures of my 1964 Bridgestone 7

Photos of my 1964 Bridgestone 7 w/50 cc engine, and 3 gears, 6300 original miles. Runs nice, but still needs some fine tuning. Top Speed stock is 45 mph. Owners manual says 200 mpg at 22 mph. I doubt it. You can see before pics on my profile or in the photo gallery. I put 42 nos parts on this bike. Before pics;

http://www.mopedarmy.com/photos/brand/151/10982/

Tom

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The other side of the bike...

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Very nice, always loved the Bridgestones. Rode many miles on my Mountain 90 I had when I was 10-15 years old. Got a spare motor I can sell you, if interested email me.

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sensational... sorry that none of my parts were right for it.

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great! if i would have bought that thing it would still be sitting in my garage waiting for restoration. glad to see it went to somebody who did something good with it!

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Dude, that is nice...

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completely great. that is so sweet looking. post in-process photos to inspire us!

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Thanks for all the nice remarks. Sorry I do not have in process photos. The before picture is in the photo gallery and my profile. Excluding the seat, it only took me 2 weeks and 5 days to complete. That includes picking the bike up, ordering and finding the parts, plus all the work. And yes I work 40 hours per week. Tom

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really, spectacular. how does it ride? it that a pre-restriction bike?

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First gear is really low. No restriction, top speed is 45 mph. It rides really smooth. Has a high speed miss at 35 mph, and doesn't wind out. Could the timing be off a little?????

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Hi Tom,My name is ron and just joined the moped army uuummm is this like the kiss army..lol...anyway i just found a barn find a 63 or 64 surfside 7 and i was looking for pics of one and yours came up and i read you had got aftermarket nos parts for yours and i wondering if you could tell me the company you deal with i mean not your friends..lol.. and the guy will not give me a price on it and said make a offer so i looked up nada and looks like the low end is $ 640.00 i was thinking of giving up 3 bills for it it needs a clutch cable,fuel cock..pardon the phase..taillight and one front marker light lens,so let me know what you think its worth getting it or not,i;m in sw fla. cell # 239 994 4327.thanks.ron

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Andrew Squiggman /

ron, he probably wont answer you. this thread is 7 years old. and yes. it is exactly like kiss army. except we wear tighter pants.

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Thanks,Andy..hey the guy across the road restores old honda scooters and his name is andy too! ok i did not see the date on the post i guess after i get the bridgestone i'll post if any body has parts for it,keep them lil wheels turnin! ron

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Andrew Squiggman /

yeah ron. I live across the road from a guy named ron. hmmmmm.

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NICE!! You just reminded me of my favorite monkey bike I owned, a Bridgestone Chibi. That thing ate up all my friends Honda Mini-trails and left them in the dust. I had the rare 4 speed manual one. Bridgestone made some solid machines

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