The Motostache is a moustache for your trusty metal steed - your motorcycle (or your friend's. I'm sure they'd love to come out of their house and find their motorcycle grew facial hair). Some great things about the motostache are that it easily attaches and uses very little materials, plus, it doesn't even take a day to make! I don't know about you, but I can't even grow my scraggly moustache in a half a day.
Step 1: Materials and Tools
The motostache is made out of metal for a couple reasons: While wood is lightweight it doesn't hold up to the same amount of rigors that metal does, Your motorcycle is probably metal so it'll match, and not everyone can carve wood but most everyone can bend metal with pliers.
Time to complete: A little over 4 hours including spray-paint time. I made mine in my free time, so I completed it just under a day.
1 6x18" thin steel sheet (I got mine at Lowe's for $5. Aluminum would work too, but it's usually more expensive)
1 strip of black rubber mat OR some other form of cushion
4 long thin zip-ties
1 can of spray paint in preferred color (and any subsequent enamels you want to add)
1 piece of spare wood
1 pair of metal snips
1 pair of working gloves
1 drill or metal punch
1 black marker
1 measuring tape or ruler
1 jigsaw or scrollsaw
1 ball pein hammer
1 average hammer
2 short nails