Congratulations to @Buckshot and their awesome 1978 Harley Davidson FXE for getting the most likes in our American Motorcycle car show!
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This little 1966 Harley Davidson Bobcat resides in Algonquin, IL. HD only produced 1,100 of them and power was from a 175 cc, DKW (German) two-stroke engine.
Sadly, this one was found in this condition:
Happily, it was brought back to life in this condition:
Here is a couple of photos of my 1949 Harley Davidson. I acquired it last year and have spent a lot of time in trying to get it ready for a trip to Alaska.
The 49 Panhead meets up with his Great Grandson, a 1999 Dyna Low Rider. You can see the family resemblance. The DNA is strong