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Description: 80" ULH made up from parts off many blankets.  Rebuilt 1993.
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Posted by: taildraggin November 17, 2008, 08:43:29 pm

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December 25, 2009, 10:24:09 am
Enfield or not,that's one beautiful flattie...who cares if it's a parts bike? Collect coins and stamps,RIDE your motorcycles,it's what they're made for...

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April 14, 2009, 09:07:18 am
By blanket I mean that I bought each bit off of a table or blanket at a parts swap meet.  I had been building 'iron' harleys for awhile and had a lot of leftover bits.  As an exercise in harley building, everything pretty much between '36 and '84 will bolt up and this is what you get!  

Johnny Cash had a song about working in a Cadillac plant and building a car over the years with parts smuggled out of the the plant in his lunch box.  That's kinda the idea.

It's got '36-'38 heads, '41+ (finned) side covers, '60s FL frame, '84 rear brake, '70s front disc (I like to stop), electric start and 12volts.  Tank shifter is from a '41 knuckle head.  Paint is a 1940 factory scheme.  I built her in '92.  Rode about 5k last year on her to work and we're about to begin the new season.

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April 07, 2009, 04:29:46 am
 :o I "DIG" your Flathead...wish I still had my 1960 45 Trike...Cool ride you got there!   "SKULL" U.S.A. ;D

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March 31, 2009, 04:01:39 am
What is this bike exactly?  Whats 'Blankets' and whats 'ULH' forgive my ignorence, we don't get too many things like this across the pond.  Can I assume its some kind of Harley?
Looks incredible by the way.

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