One cool custom. Some might say"Bastardized". I think the designer had 800 miles days in mind
Jedd, thank you for posting MR.W's masterpiece. I've studied this machine up close and personal. The huge altered fuel tanks, the huge handmade oil bag, and check the tru-duals that go behind the transmission and not behind the motor and in front of the seat post like most. It's spectacular. By the way Jedd on a personal note please have a great time at Dixon. I just finished the hand made awards and the display boards for the dinner that will be auctioned off to support our chapter. One board is made up of items from an original Boozefighters photo album and the other 3 are all about the Socal m/c scene in the 30's, 40's and early 50's. So please come to the dinner Friday night and I know all the boy's will treat you right. My friend Dave K. is running the shabang. I'll be riding my new chop from New Jersey to Maine and back, sorry. I'll see you there next year. Doc P.S. Also introduce your self to Mr G. Hood (the booth in front and to the right of the field rest room second row). He his the Man. He'll be helping Craig with the talk at the dinner.
Rich you will be sadly missed by us (Wingnuts) at Dixon. I'll throw my name around, but that has never got me too far in the past! Have fun on your ride and keep the rubber side down.FHJ
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