Yea, the bike was in the wrong hands and he was getting desperate. I stuck to my guns and got it for that. Came with another peanut tank, a HF bike jack, a trickle charger, and brand new Willie and Sam softtail bags. I could probably unload the extras and take offs for close to what I paid for the whole thing.canyoncarver said:You got a hell of a deal on that, good on ya for saving it.
First time for everything!verboten1 said:I never thought I would say this about an old sporty, but I like it! Nice job cleaning it up.
Stay Tuned!goforgator said:I'm in! Looking good so far.
Welcome to the jungle!irk said:Cool man, looking forward to this.
Tell me about it. My dad has a few factory original bikes including a '77 XLH that is almost immaculate, Seeing this and then his makes me wonder how it could get so far in the wrong direction. I have repop '75 Red White and Blue AMF decals that will probably end up on this bike (at least on one of the (2) Tanks i'm planning to swap on and offspotty said:you got a hell of a deal and you're doing some great work, keep it up
but.....what the hell inspired someone to do that to (just about) the only decent looking Harley the factory ever built (new XR1200's not too bad looking thing too)
Unacceptable. Back to the chopper immediately.NoHonestlyitsme said:Well, I've been distracted by the ugly duckling because it's too cold in the shop to start the frame fixed.
This is coming along though so it should be a money maker
Seat, Rebuilt Bendix, etc.