Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Central Florida
Mine was a '52 Panhead - tank shift/foot clutch (converted to Jockey-shift/ suicide) I bought in 1969. I was young & stupid of course & chopped it. Looking back, I wish I had kept it, and left it stock. I put a lot of memorable miles on that jewel, and it always got me home. Great bike.
My worst regret was selling it and buying a new '79 Lowrider in 1980. Silver & Black Shovelhead. It was stolen six months later, and to be honest, I'm glad it was - it was an AMF build. A total piece of shit. I tried to buy back my old Pan, but no dice.
After that, I owned a few Japanese and Bavarian models for a while...but I took another chance and bought a new '88 Softail (EVO) and never looked back. It's been all Harleys ever since.
“Everything in excess! To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks.”
~ Robert A. Heinlein
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