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My Custom Nature Boy Zona

I've been wanting a red white and blue bike ever since drooling over Von Munz's Captain America Ron Cooper in Cog Mag #1 a few years back.  I originally wanted to do this paint job on the first proto Big Block but was talked out of it.  When we decided to do the NB Zona's however it was game on, as if we're ever going to start doing wacky paint jobs this limited edition bike was going to be the likely place to start.  With this in mind I had my personal NBZ done up in blue, white, red.  Ultimately the black and gold Burt Reynolds became the production color, but that's fine with me. I don't mind being the only one in the world rocking the fade. I am a special little snowflake.



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