Post Your Classic

Discussion in 'Classic Models' started by johng3d, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. johng3d

    johng3d Member

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    My (73) 74" FX Superglide
     

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  2. Fuzzman

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    Beautiful bike man!
     
  3. skully_68

    skully_68 Member

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    Nice clean looking fx
     
  4. wagonmaster

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    This is my 1976 FLH. Originally a Police bike for the city of Lynn, Ma. I rode it many thousands of miles before retiring it for a newer unit. 74" (+.040) and a four speed trans. Good scooter![​IMG]

    This is my grandfather on his 1913 H-D model 35. Picture was taken in approx. 1914.
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  5. Stoney61

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    Here's my 1961 FL with a '66 shovel top end. I've had her for 15 years now.
     

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  6. dhorne

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    this is my 1960 duoglide with a 56 drive train
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    She's got the foot clutch and suicide 4 speed , lots of fun!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  7. dhorne

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    Here is a better picture of her.......
     

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  8. v2rumble

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    Pics of me old lady:)
    born as '69 FLH
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    (hope it's not a double-post)
     
  9. Breeze3at

    Breeze3at Well-Known Member

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    This is my '68 Shovelhead. I call it "Hardtime" because it has a rigid hardtail frame, and I bought it at a prison, where it's previous owner was doing hardtime for having a meth lab in his barn. The sheriff confiscated everything the guy had, and put it all in the yard where he could see it from his cell and lament his wicked ways.:) It had sat outside for over a year, so I did a ground up rebuild. The hardest part was figureing out what year/model each part was to get the correct replacement part/kit. From what we researched, it has parts from 1950 (frame) to 1984 (rear caliper). It runs good, but being kick only and rigid, it's limited to short trips, that's all my old back can handle.
     

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  10. streetbopper

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    I love the Shovelhead Motors but I also like the Panhead! Enjoy looking at these old bikes. Thanks to everybody posting pics of their old bikes!