Andy has had this bike over 35 years and it's his bar hopper. He took what was originally a black and white 1963 FLH Panhead police bike and put shovelheads heads on it. "This is the 3rd restoration: paint job, new carb, rebuilt original 4speed trans. and kicker, clutches, front brake went to a rotor (still has drum rear brakes), points, shocks, tires. I win or not it’s my choice of Best Bike ever."
"My Uncle DeSales bought it new, then my father bought it from his brother and now I own it! My parents courted (dated) on the motorcycle! The bike sat in our tobacco barn for 64 years. I took the bike out of the barn, hooked up a battery, gas, and two car coils. I kicked it three times and it started." Pictures include his father on the bike in 1922, when it was started again, a professional picture by Danny Douglas Photography, and a picture of a joyride when he won the inaugural AAHD Antique bike show in 2018!
"Blood, sweat, tears, and beers! Basket case when given to me by my late brother-in-law over 20 years ago. I started the rebuild 10 years ago after my divorce. Many late nights in the living room rebuilding from the ground up. All work is done by me including the paint job. Thanks for looking!"
"My 1966 Honda CB160 was found in a Delaware barn and
brought back to life last year, both mechanically and in appearance as a café racer. I started out with vintage Rupp and Taco mini-bikes but this is my first motorcycle that I hope to keep and enjoy for many years (note: Koby is 16!). The CB160 hit showrooms in 1965 about six years after Honda began exporting motorcycles to the U.S. and back in the mid-1960’s a lot of high school kids enjoyed these bikes." Last pic is before restoration.
"My friend Roddy Newland worked on this project over 15 years to make it 'correct.'
It is too subtle and understated for my usual approach and after I bought it I had to get everything functioning and change a lot of details. Everything is working beautifully now but I am thinking of selling it to pay for the next project. May bring to the Upperco Meet with asking price of $32K."
David didn't send many pics or tell us much about his AMF era Electra Glide, but he's a second-generation owner and it has 40000 original miles!
"I got this bike in 2009 on a trade for a jet boat I was selling." Although it looks like a Wide Glide of FX it’s actually a 1974 FL
Shovelhead that was a basket-case brought back to life this way. Drum brakes front and back and a kicker give it that vintage feel, as does the hand-painted and signed pinstriping and the original California blue tag.
"This is one clean FLH! A true survivor! It's all original except for the carb (and he still has the original). Even the 8 track still works! It is for sale with a clean title." It's owned by an H-D master mechanic so you know it's well maintained.