This completely one-off
creation was Pauls 2003 Sturgis ride. It is a nostalgic
"Bobber" Project that took Paul Over 3 years to
complete. Based on a Paughco knuckle head chassis that
has had it's chassis stretched 5" forward, it's backbone
arched and center tube recreated to accomadate the
increased head hieght which is a result of stroking this
normally 74 cu inch motor to a whopping 93 cu inch
displacement.This Panhead powered creation features a 5
speed tranny put into a 4 speed case, one of a kind 1.5"
belt drive with a modified Rivera "Pro-Clutch".
Basically that means that this "Old School has a New
Teacher". Paul has grafted everything he knows about
reliability and performance into a truly antique looking
bike that is as much fun to ride as it is to look at.
Hell, he rode the hardtail to Sturgis year before last!
Everything on this project is virtually one of a kind.
Paul Has over six hundred hours invested in creating his
version of a chopped Panhead and not only has it graced
the cover of Biker Magazine in the US
but Freeway Magazine in France