This past summer I rode in a charity ride with an Indian Group and met Mike Wolf from American Pickers, Big Indian Fan. They are also plain, no decorations on the sides. How many Yamaha tattoos have you seen on folks? The engine and transmission were taken down to bare cases and were completely rebuilt using all new bearings and seals. The really cool part about this scooter is that it is mostly original. His primary roles are managing editorial, business development, content development, online acquisitions, and operations. Two different styles, rides, attitudes, looks, you name it. Every part that was rebuilt, powder coated, painted, chrome plated, polished, or replaced has all been documented.
A 4% reduction in sales between 2016 and 2017 is noise and would need to be looked at regionally across the globe before making judgements. It was definitely made to appease all the consumers who were craving scooters at the time. Nothing wrong with Harley sales. Lowest frame built at that time. Please call 618-271-3000 with any questions. I respect Harley owners enthusiasm and the way they personalize their bikes. I started out on a Honda 50 and have many bikes over the years.
However, all-in-all this is one awesome Panhead! The styles of Harley motorcycles from the 60s are the perfect representation of the time and culture back then. It runs and drives very well. Harley has nothing to do with a smart car and the last thing Harley needs to do is produce a commuter type of vehicle. The original West Virginia dealer is gone. Every part that was rebuilt, powder coated, painted, chrome plated, polished, or replaced has all been documented.
With glossy Sabre Gray Metallic and white two tone and stunning brightwork, she really is a beauty. The seller notes that all he had to do to get the bike running was to clean out the tanks, source a new battery, and rebuild the master cylinder. If you have any question please contact me through ebay. I purchased it from this collector after his wife was diagnosed with cancer and he sold off his entire collection of Pan and Knuckleheads. The radio mount is in the left bag. Uncoached began in 2007 with one site and a goal of creating content that was clear, concise, worth reading, entertaining, and useful.
My nephew, who worked for Harley for a while, designed the mirrors for this. Anybody got a recent photo? Rode it night and day for two months. His friend Arthur Davidson began helping him tinker with the contraption. However, all-in-all this is one awesome Panhead! I am in no rush to sell just looking to make some room in the shop. Small punchlist, rear brake hook up, trim pieces, new switch in handle bars , tappet block needs new gasket that why that rag is there. So I have decided that not being able to put the kickstand down when that happens is not safe.
As for this one advertised…. The bike hasn't had more than 1000 miles put on it since it's rebuild parades, bike shows, rallies. Can Am had a lot of success with the Spyder. Clutch could be adjusted and the bike sumps oil when started. Even if the sales of new models continue to plummet? It sure sounds nice when they all take off.
I am in no rush to sell just looking to make some room in the shop. Nat Berman Nat is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Uncoached Corporation and all its properties. I purchased it from this collector after his wife was diagnosed with cancer and he sold off his entire collection of Pan and Knuckleheads. Cmon lets get with the times my Honda lawnmower is more technology advanced. The stampings started with a letter, and then four digits maybe more? We were all about Japanese bikes. Fast and loud are best to describe this little monster. Badger Rick Bajorek , my insurance done got disconnected, can you help me? Eric you guys are awesome.
Hard to believe that most of these comments are from people that ride motorcycles. It was different from all other Harley models, and that was probably the reason why it became so popular among buyers and bikers. It has always been very dependable, but the biggest thing I like is that just about every part is still available. Bike is all original junk. Whoever buys this beast is going to have a great ride….
The chassis was vastly improved for comfort. Also delivery can be arranged if needed for additional charge. The bike has not been started but kicks over as it should. I would take it and give it a thorough cleaning and detailing, a good tuneup and ride it. I finally sold them several years ago so I cannot photograph them. Hey Jimmy, I agree sorta. A Penster was in a room behind a glass wall, but it looked sharp.
Not only was the bike meticulously restored, but the entire restoration has been photo documented. Note: Tanks need to be re-painted after being on the floor and caught in a flash fire. As for this bike, looking like this, is a rotten shame. I'll bet that both of those buildings are still there and have not changed much since that picture was taken. Clutch could be adjusted and the bike sumps oil when started. On page 27 of his book, Palmer indicates 1963.