. . . a 1954 Panhead." said Fred.

I've never had a "fat bike" . . . so here goes.   Trying to use original (mostly battered and bruised)H-D parts, but man it's so easy just to let-your-fingers-do-the-walkin' and buy aftermarket parts off the internet.  If you want original H-D, you just have to sit back - and wait.
I like the handlebars - Sportster Buckhorns (2 piece) with a special, press-in and weld spacer in the center.  I can now run the '49 style risers.  Rims are original Kelsey-Hays.

1 comment:

pat said...

Very Cool Noot!