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Enjoyed the swap meet at Harrisburg Farm Complex yesterday. Enormous amount of HD parts. A tad of Brit parts and I snagged a fresh powder coated A65 center stand and side stand for cheap. The vendor also had a new A65 belt drive setup but too rich for my blood, but so cool!

Here are some pics of modified bikes I found interesting:

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Henry, the owner/builder pictured did all the work. Bike is in its 3rd iteration since the 1970s. Tank is welded to the frame. Unique rear.

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Knuckle head

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On Speed

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On Speed's engine with mag fire

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A head turner in more than one way. WTF!!!

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What's unique about that rear hub? I've rescued several choppers with chromed rear hubs & 16" rims...

I like that bike just fine, but my back can't handle a hardtail any more.


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GrandPaul, I meant the rear fender.

Head Turner rear sprocket pic:

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