To get pictures, I must first find a digital camera. For being as young as I am, I'm still living in the 1800s it seems. I might just take a photo, and scan it. Let me describe what we did.
I was chilling out at Motion Left, and I was frustrated because I destroyed the threads on my Minarelli crankshaft, and decided to just put in a different engine. I was thinking to myself 'what could I do now' and it came to me 'I could convert my bike to a top tank'. Well, it was late, and needless to say we'd had a couple brewskys so we took an old table (you know, the ones with the metal tubular legs) and used one of the legs to make a center bar. Surprisingly enough, it was the exact same diameter as the frame AND CHROME!. We welded that from the front to the seat post, and put the tank on that. We also added a flat pan seat as well as foot pegs . Next up is a mechanical, toe operated brake, and an 86cc motor which I'm building on Sunday. I'll try to get the pics up of the frame mods asap, though it may take a few days. At first, I was debating weather or not to get it powdercoated, but then I decided...NAH, so it's going to stay in it's rusty, multicolored glory!