James of “Customs from Jamesville” built cool Bobber called “48 Panhead”. At one time Panhead engine replaced the unit HD Knucklehead, which was produced for a relatively short, disappointing many motorcyclists. At the same time Panhead rectified the situation, justifying trust Harley enthusiasts. Ultimately, Panhead was produced from 1948 to 1965. 48 Panhead Custom ordered German rider Andrei refer to customizer James asking to do something interesting. Of course, the master gladly agreed to work on a project based on a motorcycle Panhead. As a result, James did a great job creating a really quality Bobber with a fully completed design.
Project details 48 Panhead:
Donor Panhead (working, but not in perfect condition)
Replaced all bushings and bearings
Rear wing made of a spare wheel cover of the old Ford car of the 1930s
Miniature sissy bar mount rear light chrome
Small trimmed exhaust silencers
New seat, electrical, painting