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Old 09-05-2017, 04:24 PM
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70s style chopper rolling chassis For Sale

What we have here is my version of a 70s style chopper that I built for myself. I started the build in the fall of 2012 and completed the bike in the summer of 2013. I started by building the motor, then built the bike around it. I had a 96" shovelhead in it with a 4 speed transmission and a 3 inch belt drive. The frame will accept knucklehead, panhead, shovelhead and evo engines and is clearance 2 inches taller for stroker evo motors with taller cylinders. Frame- Cycle one manufacturing, Denver tribute frame- 8" up stretch, 2" out stretch in front, 2" out stretch in back, 45 degrees of rake. Front end- Denvers choppers 22" over wishbone springer, dna caliper, mini apes, Dixie rectangle headlights, mini speedometer. Wheels- 40 spoke ultima wheels. Avon speedmaster 21" up front and Avon 16" MKII out back. Shovelhead banana style rear caliper. Coffin fuel tank and 5" wide trailer fender in the rear, no front fender. Easyrider, captain America style sissy bar, original 70s Cheetah king and queen seat, bullet tail light, rear passenger pegs, no front fender, no chain guard, no primary guard, no turn signals, no horn- most non essential things do not exist on this bike, just like back in the 70s. The bike literally has 4 wires on it and no battery. It is built to fit a rider that is 6'2" tall and fits me like a glove. I know what I have into it and I know what I need for it, so no lowball offers. Bike is sold AS-IS, Where Is! The only chip in the paint that the bike has is on the frame where the chain slapped it, just a small one and has been touched up. A chain tensioner was installed to prevent this from happening anymore. Bike must be picked up by buyer or shipping set up by the buyer. What you see is what you get. BIKE DOES NOT COME WITH ENGINE OR TRANSMISSION!!!!! Rolling chassis with tins only!!!!! Install your own drivetrain and make it yours!!!!!! $9,000. Cash, Certified Bank Check, or PayPal payment accepted. Half down when person agrees to buy it and full payment required by the time it is picked up or shipped. Message me with any questions. Thanks.



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Old 09-08-2017, 03:52 PM
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