i was posting some in fast idles thread but I decided to move the discussion on this bike to its own thread. Background is I bought a 79 Harley powered by a 76 Z-1 Ltd engine. I think I have figured out what goes where. It appears to have the neck and steering stem from a FX Harley of late 70s vintage and the top frame rail back to the typical round downtime that is behind the engine on Harleys. The rear fender and struts bolt to the top frame rail like factory. From that point on the swing arm pivot seems to be factory Z-1 as do the lower rail and front frame down tubes. Still haven't figured out who makes the springer. In the picture you can see how they tied the upper Harley frame to the lower frame which is Kawasaki. I think some serious drugs were consumed while building this. I believe this was done in the 70's and not ridden much as it still has a date coded 1976 Goodyear Eagle AT on the rear! Anyway, I'll post up some photos as I go along. Yes, it runs well and drives ok at 25 mph. No front brake, but I have -I think-the bracket for mounting a brake, but it's just so cool looking with it...... Oklahoma does not require turn signals so that not a issue. All required lights work. And yes I have a title and current tags!