In the 1960’s my dad bought a used Harley. My greatest memories of youth would be when he would sit me in front of him and he would ride together. When we got on the highway he would tighten the steering dampener on the triple trees (I can still distinctly remember that!), lock the throttle and have me take the handlebars. He let me believe I was controlling the bike myself, however I now know better that he was actually steering the bike by shifting his weight. I believe the emblem on the front fender reads “Duo-Glide”. My dad is now elderly and cannot remember the year of the bike. It can’t be a good sign when you don’t remember the year of your first Harley. But we got to keep smiling! Interesting the bike appears to be the same touring class as the modern Road King. Like father, like son.