1950 Harley-davidson Panhead on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson panhead description
I have owned and road this bike for the past 25 years. Has 500 miles on fresh top and lower end..The paint is a couple of years old and is a shade of turquoise. One or two scratches..Motor has a scar at timing hole. All work was professionally done on motor..Back fender is a front fl fender flip flopped..Cleanest rear fender around. Custom taillight inset..Dual disc wide glide front end and gma brake on rear..Tires are excellant, Dunlop Harley Davidson 16 inchers..Has S&S e bowl and oil pump. Mallory distributor..3 inch belt drive primory that is around ten years old..Original 4 speed tranny...Newer style 5 gallon tanks..Custom pogo seat has wear.. The frame is a 1977 swingarm..Kick start only..Starts easy and runs and sounds great..No leaks but will puke oil if not started regularly, like all pans..Buyer to send down payment at end of auction thru paypal of $1000.00.. The rest to be paid within 10 days of auction end..Buyer to pick up here in Missouri and I'll ride it up onto your truck or trailer..Picking up is buyers concern...as is transferring final funds..I'm sure I forgot a few thing so I might add more later and questions are welcome..Getting old sucks but it's better than the alturnitive..Clear original Missouri title with motor numbers..and a picture of Harry Truman..
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Moto blogMon, 09 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Lehman Trikes announced the passing of its founder and director, John K. Lehman, from heart failure brought on by an embolism. The 2009 Sturgis Hall of Fame member died Jan.Tue, 24 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700
More than 500 rare Harley-Davidson motorcycles and collector’s items will be hitting the auction block on June 28. The items belong to Ron Shreffler, former owner of a Harley-Davidson dealership in Manteno, Ill. The retired Shreffler once had plans to open a Harley-Davidson museum but has now decided to auction off his collection gathered from 48 years in the industry.Thu, 09 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The Harley-Davidson Museum is opening a new exhibit dedicated to an iconic piece of motorcycle culture: the black leather jacket. The “Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket“ exhibit will showcase the ubiquitous article from many riders’ wardrobe.The exhibit includes over 100 artifacts including jackets designed by fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier and Gianni Versace, as well as jackets worn by celebrities such as Elvis Presley. “The leather jacket symbolizes different things for each person who wears it, whether they are a motorcyclist, celebrity or a top designer,” says Bill Davidson, vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum.
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