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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by nachtflug, Jun 5, 2011.
sweetest looking bike ever made. shovel head electra glides.
lets have a closer looks shall we?
I've owned one Harley in my life, a 67 Electra Glide very similar to this one. The rear cylinder exhaust drops down and then a cross over brings exhaust to the left side while also tying into the right side. For some reason I remember it and find it kind of neat.
as Lenny saw it..
for everyone who's ever bought an aftermarket seat for touring because it "hurts", it's supposed to hurt you're on a motorcycle christ grow a pair would you?
Touratech would get about $1800 for this chain oiler.
one down 4 up.
nothing like a Glide.
hard to see it all but in the right bike flat side shovels and tranny's are the best looking power plant going.
best windshield ever.
a better mousetrap.
no they won't hold a helmet.
no they aren't water tight.
no they won't double as a seat or small camping table.
THE best looking set of bags to ever grace the ass end of a motorcycle.
Talk about a hell of an aux tank, and a hell of a chain oiler!!:eek1
I gotta wonder how it handled when stuffed full of go-go juice though.
Lennys patented quick fill connection.
this isn't your bike. deal with it.
Lenny wasn't one to worry about something as trivial as a top heavy unstable 1000 pound man and machine projectile on the dark stretches of an interstate prior to the invention of the cellular phone.
Or unnecessarily large saddlebags for the newest in super-plush camping equipment. Aside from fuel, I presume he took only some personal items, couple tools, and a bit of water/food.
We'd have to check with Lenny but I think it's a safe bet beer keg aside Lenny traveled light.
A 1936 Indian 4 cylinder with the "upside down" engine lay out and the updraft carb.