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1941 FLATHEAD TRIKE Iverson Originals

This treasure was tucked away on the drawing board for a number of years before it became a reality. When Dave owned the Broken Spoke Saloon he happened to meet an editor from Easyrider motorcycle magazine. He challenged Dave to produce something unique for the magazine. The 1941 Harley flathead 3 wheeler came out in the October issue in 1992. Dave had this flathead engine gathering dust for 10 to 15 years. It was refurbished and put to good use in this one-of-a kind ride. The tranny came from an old 45′ police trike and he used the early model I-beam springer front end. The rear end was found in a salvage yard on an ATV. The frame for this 3 wheel wonder was designed and hand-fabricated by Dave. He incorporated the gas tank and oil reserve into the top tube of the frame. This little beauty stands only 30″ high but would be noticed in any crowd. It was on display at the Broken Spoke Saloon when Dave owned the bar and is still the most asked about project. As recently as 2001 it won t

Built In: U.S.A.Bike Style: Trikes

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 1941 Flathead Trike Bike Specifications – Iverson Originals

Class Styling Trikes
Featured Parts Jockey / Suicide Shift
Frame Custom One Off Frame
Gastank Custom One Off Gastank
Handlebars / Risers Drag / Straight Bars
Motor Brand Harley Davidson
Motor Config Flathead
Oil tank Oil in Frame
Paint Color(s) BlackSilver
Paint Theme Flames – Old Style
Seat Solo Solidmount
Suspension Front Springer Harley
Suspension Rear Straight Axle Trikes
Wheels Standard 40-80 spokes