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PANHEAD Mark Drews

Harley Davidson made Panhead motors starting in 1948 and until 1965. I’m guessing that the funkadelic auqamarine paint job on these tins (tank and fenders) go back almost as far as the engine. Whenever they were painted Mark Drews did a great job in bringing them back to life in this panhead chop.

Built In: U.S.A. Bike Style: Bobber


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Panhead Bike Specifications – Mark Drews

Class Styling Bobber
Exposure/Publication Born Free
Featured Parts Kickstart
Frame Harley Davidson Frame
Gastank Wassell Gastank
Handlebars / Risers Ape Hangers
Intake Cover Coffee Can – Disk or Cylinder
Motor Brand Harley Davidson
Motor Config Panhead
Oil tank Horse shoe
Paint Color(s) Blue, Green
Paint Theme Distressed Aged
Seat Bates or Bates clone
Suspension Front Springer Harley
Suspension Rear Rigid / Hardtail
Wheels Standard 40-80 spokes