Cattleman's breakfast with a good group of folks.
Always a decent show in the parking lot.
Revchong's ironhead representing.
Mike Antinoro's Pan, Knuck, and Slab Shovel.
This one is pretty cool. It's a Twinkie that was all WLA'ed out and used in the Captain America movie. The flat heads are a bit cheezy and the bike is way bigger than an WLA, but overall making a modern bike look okay for a movie I think it turned out okay.
Here's a real WLA; it is a 1951 so it's not truly a WWII bike. I'm not sure if the bigger civilian 45 fenders would have been stock on a 1951 WLA or not.
There's always a debate on the Shovelhead.us forum about what a titled frame is worth/should cost/willing to pay. I'm not an expert and Paul T says this frame has a previous repair.
There you go.
If it's a racing transmission, that's got to add like 10 horsepower.
Another HD frame with swingarm and shocks, but no title $400 and probably under $200 to get a title for it.
My Big Boy's little bike.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner. Best in Class under 200cc.