1952 Harley-Davidson Chopper

Revolution Motorcycle Marketing went to an Easyriders Show several years ago. Since it was dead, I had the opportunity to do some photoshoots of the bikes there without too many people in the background.

The original 1952 Harley-Davidson PanheadPolished Panhead Engine Off the HarleyPolished and Installed Harely Panhead into FramePrimered Chopper FrameChopper Tins Primered in Paint BoothPrimered Chopper FramePainted Harley Fender and TankChopper Parts Layed Out1952 Harley-Chopper in Garage1952 Harley Panhead Throttle-Side at Show1952 Panhead Chopper Clutch-Side1952 Harley Panhead Chopper Side View

One of my favorite bikes was this 1952 Harley-Davidson chopper. Travis Stucky built it. And the bike had a lot of classic features:

  • Raked frame
  • Springer forks
  • Panhead engine
  • Frisco-style mounted tank
  • No front fender
  • Kickstart
  • Upsweep fishtail pipes
  • King and queen seat
  • Sissybar
  • Spoke wheels
  • One-color paint

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