This guy a hoarder? What is he doing with the bikes? Fucker win the lottery or what?
buying them up for a guy in cali. hope they arent all going to japan
This is what we should be doing. Pool our money time and skills.
This is Todd, many people around the world call me the Harley guy as I collect them. The warehouse usually has around 70 odd shovels in it at a time. I collect these and am constantly upgrading my collection. Sometimes this takes a lot of work. One of my mechanics is currently doing a nut and bolt mechanical restoration on the 57th 1977 Lowrider built. 1977 being the 1st year Lowrider. All factory, no cosmetic restoration of any parts, all original paint stuff. I have lost count how many partially stock machines I have had to put apart to get good quality original parts for this unique and rare machine. You can see some of my bikes here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/34150794@N04/sets/Here are some better pix of the 1940 Knuckle http://www.flickr.com/photos/46126685@N03/sets/72157626375202617/and Indian Hill climberhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/46126685@N03/sets/72157626380974859/These pix were taken for my by my driver Harly when purchased. They are both completely documented original paint original owner machines.
wish i had that kind of liquid cash to spend on bikes. There wouldnt be a a triumph within a thousand miles that i wouldnt look at.
I wish I could have that lowrider shovel all the way at the end. THING IS BEAUTIFUL!
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