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I dumped the pogo, dident like the looks it got with a gigant pogo in in the middle of a low Panhead. So now i have to make mounts for a ironass sadle. And i have to rewire the whole bike, couldent find the problem. Allso the the istrument panel was a early model so the 60´s tanks couldent be mounted, so remount it higher or change it. Now out in the garage again...

 

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After two days with no progress, today it was all together and ready(Ok the seat is not monuted in the back) poured some gas in the tank and started kicking, and kicking, kicking.... It has gas, there is spark and spark comes right ahhh what the h... and all that, so now back in the garage and go throu everything again:(

Looked to good to be true, this will be a late night....
 

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After two days with no progress, today it was all together and ready(Ok the seat is not monuted in the back) poured some gas in the tank and started kicking, and kicking, kicking.... It has gas, there is spark and spark comes right ahhh what the h... and all that, so now back in the garage and go throu everything again:(

Looked to good to be true, this will be a late night....
You did get it all together and it looks good, now you just got to get her running!
 

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After a week with no work on the 1962 Panhead i got an hour yesterday, even got 2 coughs. So new time today, and when i went in the garage a gigant oil puddle under her. I just lost the spirit took a picture and went back in. Looks like more than a regular cranky Panhead....:(

So oil departement gone throu time...
 

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Two cracks in the area by the oilpump, thats why it leaks oil:( And a gas leak makes the oildropps much bigger. Allso just spark on the rear cylinder, cable i think. So its use some silicon or just throw that engine out. I can tear the engine apart in the winter, i just wanna have it running this year...
 

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Thanks. Sure. Its my stock 1970 Charger, the only of my Mopars that are completed.

Its my never sell car, low mile, only two owners before me. I could buy it since they wanted it restord back to origial(had a really bad paintjobb) it took half a year to get them to sell it to me, after they told me that they wanted to test me:)
 
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