Hunting Harley's, 1939 Indian Hillclimber
Todd and Duncan take FCI 8 out for spin. Indian made 18 FACTORY hill
Cliber's in 1939. This was the last year production for the factory Hi
Climb models. This one is original paint, original title, and documented
since day of sale with full history. See the pictorial of this rare machine
Hunting Harley's, dualing panheads
Todd buys and starts two Panheads. 1956 FLH tank shift and 1963 Duoglide.
The FLH has 18K original miles. The sheet metal is original, but has been
repainted. The 1963 is original paint. Both are runner's. For those
interested, here are some pix and videos of my other 56 FLH. it is
original paint 1956 FLH 27k original paint "Flamboyant Green"
Pix when found
Video when found http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcQ46fFYIsY
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PNXWdcLW58
Hunting Harley's, 1946 Knucklehead bobber
Todd buys Steve's old school bobber. This machine has been done
exceptionally well in the traditional bobber style popular in the late
1950's. The Knuckle has a Dale Waxler motor in it. Nice to have good
Hunting Harleys 1977 FXS Lowrider 57th made
1977 Harley Dvidson FXS Lowrider. Probably the lowest production number in
existance is it's original paint "as sold new" condition. Harley made an
original run of 250 of these in mid 1977. Each Harley dealer got ONE. They
were initially a promotional item. Harley then went into production when
they found out the FXS was a "hit"