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Hey all,
just an old guy here in Stockton CA - love working on old bikes, I have three (3) Shovelheads.
Love all the knowledge you guys have.
 

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Hlo Mulhearn. Given the creeping geriatricity of the JJ membership in general, you oughtta fit right in. Please throw up pics of your bikes when you have nothing better to do: Me like pictures.

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Hlo Mulhearn. Given the creeping geriatricity of the JJ membership in general, you oughtta fit right in. Please throw up pics of your bikes when you have nothing better to do: Me like pictures.

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James,
See my 1980 currently working on - 1984 will be down the road and my 1975 almost done -

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It's a sickness.* But I'm sure you're aware of that.

The 1980 is coming along nice.

* Three shovelheads? Don't pretend it's a hobby, like "I can quit any time I want."
 

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They are not show bikes - but all look beautiful to me.. you are right it's like a drug - but not everyone see's the beauty in these old bikes.
I just like that they are simple like me - basic electrics and just fuel/compression/spark and run - with that sound only a Shovelhead has....
 
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