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  1. If you meant me, yup it’s a nice little bare-bones bobber, and the skateboard / fender won’t win any show trophies, but it works for him. You wouldn’t believe some of the odd combinations of H-D (and other) parts I’ve seen over the years, used to make good running scooters. Like, a bent ’63 frame, hardtailed, with an early XLH Sporty motor, minus the scattered trans, with a rachet-top big twin gearbox and open chain drive, Japanese forks and drum brake. Most parts were free or cheap, the guy had just paroled, and was a hell of a welder, so his flat black Krylon painted bike, built for under $300 bike was as cool as it gets. This was in 1977, when all that was possible by normal people…

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