that is sweet. the automobile shock must have lost some rigidity when they cut the the top to fit and weld on to the fork so they had to put in some sort of reinforcement. That conrod must have been bad for it to be thrown into the "for other uses" pile and not put back in to an engine.
I think they used the connecting rod to hold the brake back plate from turning when braking.
It's a modifed P series front fork with an older 10" hub/wheel assembly attached. I don't know how they did it. They must have cut up two hub units and combined them. Probably because they were both broke in opposite ways? I can only guess.
Who knows were they got that shock. Sure is shiny though!
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