Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Photos

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Photos

Scott Jones is an American talented customizer who founded the studio “Noise Cycles” in California. It is strange that we never wrote about the work of American artist. I propose to consider custom Harley-Davidson Panhead, 1952, which brought Scott award for “Best custom” at the event “Born Free 5 “(one of the largest custom – competitions in the United States).

Indeed bike turned out unique. This is particularly apparent in small details, but the overall layout, aesthetics and production of motorcycle parts are very good.

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Tire

Scott Jones learned customizing from a good school. During the 18 months he worked with Jesse James, honing their skills. Then he noticed Ian Barry, with whom Scott was working on a project known “Falcon Ten”. About two years Jones reworked classic British motorcycles, and January 1, 2012 opened his own studio.

Basically, pictures of motorcycle made by Jose Gallina, speak for themselves. However, I think it is worth saying a few words about the assembly of the motorcycle:

Engine HD EL Panhead, 1952, 88 ci (1442 cm3)
Frame Panhead (late model) with a pendulum
A pair of S & S carburetors
Clutch Barnetts
Aluminum fuel tank (made by hand)
Steel exhaust system
Many other craft unique items, including a traverse 41 mm fork
Brakes Yamaha Racing TD3: 270 mm drum Front
Rubber Excelsior 400-19 (front) and Firestone 550-16 (rear)
Sonny Boy Paint painting

Scott Jones is planning to visit the exhibition “Mooneyes Show” in Japan to compete with the best Japanese customizers.

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Back Tire

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Engine

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Handle

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 Seat

Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952 silencer

Front Side

Front side of Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952

Fuel tank of Custom Harley-Davidson Panhead 1952

Noise Cycles

Scott Jones

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