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Since no one else is posting Harley pics
I will post another of my old ones !
Softail Standard -98 with a -86 frame.
Come on guys post some pics !!!!!!!!!
Hakan

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softtail pic2

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softtail pic3

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Not a harley but anyway...

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Slaskman

Is that an original R71 or a Russian/Chinese manufactured bike?

Nice ride either way....I'm still toying with purchasing a URAL....and so I can ride all year.

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On the fork, the frame and taillight you can spot that is russian bike(depner k750-1967)
The price are not as high as a set of custompipes for a harley

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I have been riding for 43 years. This is my 8th Harley. I had 4 triumphs in my younger days. This is a 1977 flh.

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Awesome Ride Bill....I'm not a BT fan but I do like your ride! Cool

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Thank you NoBoZos. The big twins aren't fast but i like them for their low end torque. It saves my shifter foot from a lot of work.

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I'm hoping to get my final mods done on my Sporty within the month...I'll post new photos when its done.

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In case any of you HD owners are interested...I'm also a moderator and two HD forums...both are great sources of information check them out when you find some spare time during your riding season..
HDForums.com
XLForums.com
VTwinForums.com

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long range the big twin rules no doubt..
BUT,,
around town no H-D can take this thing. Not pretty but functional/super fast!

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Gaspare

They don't have to be pretty to qualify for the new ride....lots of people like the chopped look and they prefer function over form...New ride!

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I was looking for pics of my previously owned bikes and I found this pics so I scanned it....The bike has since been sold again...for a lot more than I sold it for....they certainly appreciate in value...the guy that bought it did some great restoration work...

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This 1973 Norton Commando 850cc chopper is for sale here in Nova Scotia...nice ride if you like them chopped!

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NOBOZOS, Thanks for the links . Great forums, will be visiting often. Cool

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No problem REDS and you're welcome ...I'm there daily...its my new favourite hobby.... Wink

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Nortons always look weird chopped.. That black Commando is a beauty!!



I have this carpenter friend that likes to build bikes,,,, Big Grin Wink

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Gaspare

That's just weird...imagine the termites get to it...your on the highway and BLAM...you're road kill !!!... Razz

Ya I miss her dearly....nothing like vintage...I'm going to keep my Sporty until its vintage.

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Gaspare,your friend should alway have this handy

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You know you're over the hill when "Happy Hour" means Nap Time


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You set up a Triumph twin right, and baby, you can flat out move on them..nimble, fairly light..and loads of torque, they just keep on pulling...

Speaking of appreciating, i have a BSA rocket III in the crate (never opened..) as well as a 1967 bonneville, in the crate..both bought at the great Browns liquidation sale..

Think about this..when i was a kid in the early 70's, you could buy Henderson 4's and Excelsiors, Aces, Vincents and any 50's early 60's Brit bike for $50-$300.00 Canadian.No one wanted them.

At the dealership i worked at we had some of the last 1975 Norton Commando electric start interstates for sale..they sat for years..the basement was full of British bikes taken in on trade against newer Japanese models.

I bought 2 T120-C'S a TR6SS and a basket case '59 bonneville from that shop ..i probably payed no more than $1000.00 for all..now, they want 5x that just for a parted out basket case!

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Hi guys , want to see a killer Harley?
Stan will post some pics of mine....

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Posting for Rob.

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Rob, you have a VERY nice harley Eek Eek
a real killer Smile
Hakan

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Thanks Hakan ! In your country they have some nice Harley's too , I was a couple of times in Stockholm.

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Sweet ride Hakan! Below is an old picture of my ´┐Ż90 FXR that formerly served as a police motorcycle. I´┐Żve since change pipes to something a little louder!

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Last of the police parts!

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RobNL,,that is a sweet bike!

As all these in this topic,,,keep them coming..

We are doing a custom Triumph chopper for a customer. Motor completely worked,big bore kit, cams, carbs etc.. Frame is an old 1970s 'Amen Savior Ass' soft tail..
This is just the very early mock up phase,,plenty to go..

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big mix of parts.. 1969 motor,,77 front end and wheels, chopper parts etc..

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Howdy. Been riding since 1962. Had a 1948 Harley Hummer. Later on, I bought a 1963 Panhead and had it from 1970 till 1981, 1972 Shovehhead FLH, till '89, 1976 FLH till '96, and now I got 2 '76 Sportsters and a late 70's FLH type with a mid 90's Evo motor. Hand-built it myself on a Paughco frame.
Hakan, I see that you, too, like Harley's version of the Totenkopt, and that you, too, are an 81 supporter Wink
Gaspare, thats a nice 45. I had a bunch of them back in the 70's
Vicdiehl, your Dad's bike is a 1930's Harley VL.
I now own a bike shop called Shelby County Customs and we build the Orange County type bikes but not nearly as radical or expensive!
Someday, I will figger out how to put some photos on this thing Confused Billy

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I should bring my Sporty down your way so I can get a conversion done...how far are you from Nova Scotia?? Wink

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ROB NL...nice ride..was it once a FatBoy?

Dave Cameron....great paint work...!!

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Howdy. Well, we will fix ya right up! I am about 1100 miles south of New York City, so, that would be quite a ride!! Come on Down Big Grin
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As the Evo motors are starting to get older and beat I'm doing more and more motor work on them..Don't like them,,mainly because poor hardware,poor component materials, and a few 'engineering problems' [oil breather vent into Carb aircleaner?!]..But once sorted out they do run good and leak very little oil! Big Grin...

anyway,,,The H-D dealer around by me gets $90. an hour last time I checked,,and almost double on some of the same parts I offer to my customers..So all the smaller shops that do good work around have been doing very well the last few years....

NoBoZos,,,last week we did a 1991 Sportster,,put in a Andrews cam set,,Wiesco BigBore to 1200,,Carb kit/ mods.,complete ignition system,new pushrods, and a complete rebuilt head with all new components [Andrews & Black Diamond],all fluids changed,,*Total price parts and labor was not over $3500... Whats something like that go for in any of your guys neck of the woods?? , thanks , G.

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Nice rides Dave & Gaspare !!
Colonel Billy welcome to the site !!
I am for sure a 81 supporter, Do you sell H-D spare parts to Sweden buy the way ?
Here´┐Żs a pic of me and my old friend Sonny Wink
Best, Hakan

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Hi Gaspare

I believe my HD dealer does the conversion for about 1500.00...that's just for the jugs and pistons....and labour..I've seriously considered the 1250cc kit from NRHS...Axtell jugs and NRHS Hurricane forged pistons....brings the compression up to 10.5:1 with stock 883 heads.. I have already put on an SE ignition and coil, SEII+ pipes, and NRHS Hurricane Flow AC and a head breather kit....I'll probably upgrade the ignition and look at either installing SE heads or polished and ported Buell XB heads...
Sure sounds like you guys do some really nice work there...

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Nobozos ; yes it was a Fatboy once ...
Thanks for your compliments all !
Hakan 81 , were you at the K-1 tournament in Stockholm in 2003?

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No I was not on the K-1 in 2003.
Maybe i have a look alike !
Hakan

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