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    Default Help what is this ......

    I Bought this bike about a year ago. I have the title from Alabama. Im trying to find out the history behind this bike. Like who built it. When and where it was built. Ect. The guy i bought it from told me he found it up in georgia and from a lady who had kept this bike stored in an enclosed trailer for the past 15yrs. Any info would be great. Any questions feel free to hit me up THANK YOU, DashClick image for larger version. 

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    Bro! How about decent pictures. This is the picture you post expecting us to give you more info on a tiny picture where you can’t even see the side of the bike

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    Based on the details in the photo I would say it is a motorcycle...

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    It's a chopper. What matters is the specific components when it comes time for you to work on it. "History" is pretty irrelevant since HDs and clones are as generic as it gets. Look at the engine cases to see who made those.

    Take clear pics of the sides. That photo is terrible.

    If it runs well, ride and enjoy!

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    It’s a shovel, with a four speed and electric start. Rigid frame (maybe a paughco) with about a two foot over wideglide front end.

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