My new (old) Panhead frame

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BDub
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Location: Charlotte, NC

My new (old) Panhead frame

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Post by BDub » Mon Feb 25, 2008 2:04 am

I just bought this '55 Panhead frame which obviously needs lot of work. The neck area will be cut out and a replaced with a new neck. I've got a new backbone section and top motor mount to install as well. Stock dimensions will be maintained. I also bought a completely rebuilt '49 Panhead motor with STD cases. I'll keep y'all updated as I move forward...can't wait to get started! BTW, check out the extra set of handlebars the previous owner welded on for his son. I hate to have to cut them off! :)
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Cotten
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Post by Cotten » Mon Feb 25, 2008 3:28 am

Bdub!

The intact sidecar eyes make it look very worthwhile; The added brackets look pretty superficial as well.

Framework can be fun!

....Cotten

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