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24.06.2014
15 (?) Horse Power Gasoline Engine manufactured by the Atlas Scraper & Engineering Co., Bell, California.
The word I have on this unusual engine is that, being built in 1944, this engine was one of many built under contract for the Canadian Army during World War II, by the Atlas Scraper & Engineering Co. 11 Horse Power Gasoline Engine manufactured by the Hercules Motors Corporation, Canton, Ohio.
Hercules Motors was the last surviving of at least three Hercules named engine companies during the 20th century, and just recently closed it's doors in 1999. 12’x16′ gable style wood storage shed kit with floor and attic trusses for extra storage!! We first saw his handsome pair of Bonehearts a few weeks ago in the back of a van outside the Carreau du Temple in Paris. Full creative control was handed to Calum in the knowledge that a slick and menacing looking bike would be a guaranteed outcome. If you got up close and personal to these bike at either Bike Shed London or Paris you’ll have seen the slick catch and relatively cavernous storage area beneath the seat. As is now a prerequisite for builds at the this level, a full and complete strip down is required prior to cleaning up, powder coating and painting the mechanicals.
To make these CBs stop, go and turn as well as they look some fairly serious upgrades are required. Dunlop Sportmax rubber not only offers a handsome tread pattern, but plenty of adhesion once the free breathing motor is let loose. Tarozzi foot rests, set in a slight rearward position add a sportier feel, and irradiate that curled up like a pretzel look.
The owner of the Bonesheart Specials, and the namesake tech company, is an avid custom fan and keen for others to see the result of his investment and deBolex’s handiwork.
For a spot on the waiting list or to discuss your project get in touch via the deBolex website.


This shed is perfect for the person that just needs something small for a little extra storage. One thing the Boneshearts owner wasn’t expecting was a degree of practically engineered into the project.
Easily enough for a mini D-lock, disc lock, a super slimline pair of waterproof trousers and perhaps an iPhone on charge (I’ll lend you that idea Calum).
With completed bikes being shipped all over the world, gremlins and faults are simply not acceptable. A modified top yoke not only holds the Motogadget speedo, but also grip the burley upsidedowners pinched from a more modern CBR.
And yes, these bikes have been at delivered to the show in a back of a van, but they were built to be ridden, more about that further down. The clip-ons are low but not uncomfortable and the forks set-up for the winding roads but not rock hard, race spec teeth cracking levels. These engines were slated for use in an auger drive type of snow vehicle and were built around off-the-shelf items (mainly Ford). This little 65 cubic inch flathead four cylinder was originally part of a 3 phase mobile generator set used by the military. He’s pretty decent at fighting crime, but frankly a bit crap without Batman around the corner. Calum goes on to say, “Building two identical customs proved to be a challenge but very rewarding especially in the aluminum tail piece and seat design, we wanted a seat that was removable, that would withstand the test of time, be comfy and stopped water from getting into the compartment below. The final shakedown was completed last week around London (check the vid here)and now both bikes are bound for Biarritz for the custom bike, surfing extravaganza, Wheels & Waves.
The crankshaft is of unknown origin, but includes the rear two rod journals and the original flywheel flange. Somewhere during it's more recent life, the original generator and all the cowling was removed, and a portion of the original steel skids had been cut off with a torch.


Some things simply work well in pairs; wheels and testicles are alright on their own, or in greater quantity, but a deuce is definitely the preferred option.
These are the things that take time during the build and being on with such a tight schedule we don’t have time for research and development! The connecting rods are Ford model B rods, bored for inserts and setup for pressure lubrication. The single phase generator now seen in the photo, had been mounted to very minimal angle iron roughly welded to one side of the remaining skids with it's input shaft facing backwards, away from the engine. So if you see Calum in France next week, wave him over, there’ll probably be a decent picnic stashed under those seats.
Apparently, the party doing the modifications didn't realize they were incorporating an altenator rather than a true generator, which meant they could have rotated the altenator either direction and thus been able to have it face the engine. Thankfully I have a second pair of hands on the team, our upholsterer Desmond is also experienced on the tools so together we can take on more work and incorporate more elaborate ideas “. A completely new frame and skid were fabricated, along with a new mount for the altenator and a new gas tank.
All components were disassembled, cleaned, repaired, painted and everything reassembled as a unit. Early Ford V8 60 transmission parts (in 'never used' condition) occupy a custom cast aluminum gear box with a special set of reduction gears on the output shaft.
The unit will generate 115V at about 2,000 watts turning 1800 RPM, while the engine runs at 1200 RPM. This reduction also reverses the normal rotation of the engines output, presumably for the auger drive.



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