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my ironhead frame was made by D&D Machine in California. The only info. I've been able to find is a reference to them in an old '70s article about building a honda chop. Anyone got any history, info. on these guys? Thanks-
 

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Well, D&D Machine was Defrance & Defrance....Boyd Defrance and his dad.

They made frames and other parts (springers) for D&D Cycle (which was owned by Joe T and Mil Blair of Easyriders mag fame, later the business was known as Jammer).
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They sold out to the Paugh family back in the late sixties. That's where Paughco got their springer and frame jigs.

Dan said:
my ironhead frame was made by D&D Machine in California. The only info. I've been able to find is a reference to them in an old '70s article about building a honda chop. Anyone got any history, info. on these guys? Thanks-
 
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