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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    Man if I was not knee deep in the Panhead I would jump on that. I want another sidehack so bad it is not even funny! Not sure about a Sporty as the powerplant, you need as much torque as you can get for one of these, my last one was a a Shovel and that seemed about right.
    Yea, it's pretty cool! Not a bad deal either, even if you were to pull the sidecar off. The build doesn't look too horrible either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    Man if I was not knee deep in the Panhead I would jump on that. I want another sidehack so bad it is not even funny! Not sure about a Sporty as the powerplant, you need as much torque as you can get for one of these, my last one was a a Shovel and that seemed about right.
    Sportys seem to get hacks because they are secondary motorcycles and the owner wants to sample a sidecar. You could always lowball, keep the hack and sell the Ironhead. Not many people want sidecars or Ironheads which is good for those who do.

    I wouldn't mind a hack for my old(er) age (and because belt/chain swaps are easier than a trike which only makes sense to me if it's shaft driven) but I can't imagine hating myself enough to haul it with an Ironhead in modern traffic. Home castration with a dull roofing hatchet would suck less and end sooner.

    Alternate option, offer 1100 (wave cash under sellers nose) for the hack and leave the Sporty. The owner will eventually figure out he'll have more Sporty customers than "expensive Sporty with thing hanging off it" customers. Most people don't know how to ride hacks so they don't want one, and to be fair the performance penalty is considerable.

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    From that link:

    Vintage Indian Chief Motorcycle to Trade for Easyrider Style Chopper
    Looking to trade my old mid 1940's Indian Chief motorcycle. Will trade for an Easyrider style chopper. Must look like one in pictures. Prefer a Harley Davidson panhead, but will consider Captain America style Panzer. Chopper must be in good running condition and currently road ready. Indian Chief still needs to have the new wiring harness installed, cables, ect. Have title. If interested or if you know someone who might pass it on. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    ....but I can't imagine hating myself enough to haul it with an Ironhead in modern traffic. Home castration with a dull roofing hatchet would suck less and end sooner.
    ....
    I can't argue with this, although I seem to recall one of the Asian bikes in the 250cc range coming with a side hack. How miserable would that have been!

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    old mid 1940's
    Fuckwit couldn't be arsed to post year made and spams out of area listings. Flag time!

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    maybe this:

    1975 Harley Davidson ironhead chopper, Aftermarket Hardtail frame, titled. $1850
    updated: about 11 hours ago
    (MARICOPA AZ)
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    https://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/m...745480152.html

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    Need to buy a Christmas present? Maybe this, from ebay:

    Authentic Vintage Crazy Frank's Chopper Fender with Sissybar
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    US $675.00
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Authentic-V...-/153310263321

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    Need to buy a Christmas present? Maybe this, from ebay:

    Authentic Vintage Crazy Frank's Chopper Fender with Sissybar
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Authentic-V...-/153310263321
    Fuck paying that much, but thanks for posting since those pics (which you may wish to save) are great for reference since the fender is clean and it's easy to see how to fab one. The rod stock edges are a fine old trick for styling and stiffness.

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    Anyone need a 50-year old triumph chop?
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    1969 Triumph 650 Bonneville hardtail chopper. 40 year old custom. Title, it starts but needs oil lines and some TLC.
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    Default good deal


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    I'd be on this if it was closer..

    https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/mpo/6789012339.html
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    maybe this:

    Harley Panhead Shovelhead Chopper frame Rigid Project - $900
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    https://cnj.craigslist.org/mpo/d/new...762951963.html

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    Comes with original statement of origin signed from HD dealer and will be titled as 1980
    Love those Craigslist seller assumptions (I'd have to see the DMV chapter and verse on that) and an HD dealer selling an aftermarket frame is like anyone else selling an aftermarket frame. He's asking new price on the frame (reference is a quick Paughco search as they're common) and the rest is basically junk.

    I'd offer four if I really wanted that particular frame and was willing to deal with a special construction title, but I can't imagine wanting it that bad.

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    https://tippecanoe.craigslist.org/mc...788833072.html
    I had one of these years ago. It was the fastest bike made that year and I tell you what it was fucking stupid fast! Was way way too much for my little skinny ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalheart28 View Post
    https://tippecanoe.craigslist.org/mc...788833072.html
    I had one of these years ago. It was the fastest bike made that year and I tell you what it was fucking stupid fast! Was way way too much for my little skinny ass!
    That was one of the early years for the Honda V65, which were 'cam eaters'; pitted soft cast iron high-lift cams, chrome plated followers and two valves to open per lobe(high spring pressure) combined...hard-welding of followers and cam lobes solves it. https://www.motorcycleproject.com/te...cams_what.html
    Something to ask the seller about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    That was one of the early years for the Honda V65, which were 'cam eaters'; pitted soft cast iron high-lift cams, chrome plated followers and two valves to open per lobe(high spring pressure) combined...hard-welding of followers and cam lobes solves it. https://www.motorcycleproject.com/te...cams_what.html
    Something to ask the seller about.
    Good to know!

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    Factory style truing stand reasonably priced for those who like them, though the design of Dragstews bros modern alternative is far superior.

    https://charleston.craigslist.org/mp...778002083.html

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