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LC Fabrications 1st Gen Econoline
#772719 March 12th 2021 5:29 pm
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Jeremy at LC Fabrications in Grottoes, VA is one hell of a nice guy and a machining/building monster. He makes motorcycle parts in-house and sells through places like Lowbrow Customs. In his spare time which I'm sure there isn't much of, he builds world class award winning choppers and motorcycles. The man has some amazing talent.

He uses an early Econoline as a shop truck, and this is his 2nd one. He swapped in a Nissan motor out of a 240Z last year. Thing is clean as can be. I'll try to get an engine pic one day when I'm down that way again.

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Cool shop van. Who would of thought a 240Z motor ? !

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SDMickey #772746 March 12th 2021 10:42 pm
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Originally Posted by SDMickey
Cool shop van. Who would of thought a 240Z motor ? !

He does some wild stuff like that in his shop.

One of his early bikes was a Sportster motor with heads from a Panhead. Some bikes are a mesh of Harley, BSA, Triumph, and Norton parts. Most everything has a bunch of one off machined parts. Amazing work and a very creative builder.

I love the old grill teeth in this Econoline.


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