Well, It all started a few weeks ago when my wife and I were having a conversation about something we might like to have if money wasn't an issue...I couldn't think of anything at all. I feel like I have just about everything a guy could ask for...then this thought popped into my head...yeah that's it..."I would want to have a bobber!!" After this conversation I started searching bobbers online and found this AWESOME site in the process. I began scouring craigslist adds and quickly saw I didn't have the money for a finished or nearly finished bobber out there...that and there were a bunch of horrible looking bikes out there guys were passing off as "bobbers." At this point I decided I'd try to find a project bike and build it like I wanted it as funds were available. I finally found an '82 heritage and a '78 special rolling chassis with 3 motors(one with cracked cases), all the stock parts, and an extra set of mag wheels/tires with forks. It was a package deal and he wouldn't separate anything. Only the '82 had a title and the '78 had a bill of sale(which apparently means nothing here in Ohio). Long story short, the guy I bought it off of from Michigan did a bunch of leg work to title it in Michigan so I could actually get it titled here in Ohio. So now I've got 2 full bikes with the extra set of wheels among some other parts for $1070. I'm keeping the '82 heritage for my bobber build and I'll probably be selling the '78 once I get the title in hand...and keep the motor with cracked cases for spare parts or a rebuild with another set of cases. Anyway, sorry for the extra long intro. This will be my first attempt at this level of fabrication, so it's probably gonna be a bumpy ride with lots of questions. Here are the start up pics: and I needed a build table with some scrap wood Looks like I've got a lot of work ahead of me The don't need pile is growing wiring harness off, next is the gauges and bars...then I'll be waiting for the TC Bros hardtail Here's my first question. What are these? Trying to figure out what I need to keep and what I don't need. Also what are the little rubber mounted boxes on either side of the coils? Well, that's it for now...now I just need some cash to get going.