Harry Molenaars DAH. Bought from the factory in 1933.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
1938 Stroker Knucklehead. OG Early Knuck frame, fork, fenders. Lots of nice little parts on this one. Right dash and speedo, right toolbox, etc. Call (828) 926-6266 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
1947 Knucklehead. Period modified machine. Bike was in Mexico for some time in the '70s, then bought and stored in US since 1979.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
This is my friend Kerry Piggots, new 68 KR Lowboy that he got at the Las Vegas Auction. Kerry plans on racing it in New Zealand and Australia later this year. Good Luck Kerry!
Can you imagine coming of turn 4 in Daytona at about 150 on one of these?
Dual Carbs, Frame built by the famous Ralph Bernt on the same frame table we're building the cutdown on.
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Moe's been helping out around the museum for as long as anyone can remember. Dudes about as cool as it gets, and has more than a few stories that'll blow your mind. As for the Big Fish.....nasty Knuckle stroker with a homemade swingarm frame. You couldn't tell by the looks, but its the fastest old bike I've ever seen.
Monday, January 4, 2010
Friday, January 1, 2010
Quite possibly the most baddass thing I've ever seen.
8-valve heads, mated to an altoona bottom end. I've never seen removable 8 valve heads. Look at those pipes.
I know....its hard to believe. Wheelies? Are you kidding me? Clocked at 158 mph during a race last year.