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THE FLYING PAN Young Choppers

Hank Young likes to incorporate elements from his automotive Hot Rod experience into his bikes and the Flying Pan is no exception. The Front Frame tube is constructed from a Superbell dropped axle from a Hot Rod. The rear wheel of the bike is made from a 1932 Ford wheel, Hank extended the wheel size by two inches to fit the motorcycle tire. The rest of the frame was hand created at Young Choppers and features a copper gas tank that floats inside the frame. The front end is a handmade reproduction of a 1930 Indian Chief leaf spring front end. The gas tank was hand created by hammer shaping the metal around a wood buck.

Built In: U.S.A. Bike Style: Cruiser

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The Flying Pan Bike Specifications – Young Choppers

Class Styling Cruiser
Featured Parts Brass / Copper Accents
Frame Custom One Off Frame
Gastank Custom One Off Gastank
Motor Config Panhead
Paint Color(s) CopperBare MetalRed.
Paint Theme Race Number
Seat Solo Sprung
Suspension Front Leaf Spring
Suspension Rear Rigid / Hardtail
Wheels Standard 40-80 spokes