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1978 HD FXS

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Richard McWilliams
Colorado, USA
1978 HD FXS

1979 Harley – Davidson FXS (originally a factory “Low Rider”)  86 Cubic Inch Engine  S&S Flywheels, Rods, Pistons, Cylinders, Oil Pump, Carburetor  Solid Lifters  Crane Roller Rockers  Sifton 112 Cam  Dyna Single Fire Electronic Ignition  Dual Coils  Dual Plugged Heads  Progressive Suspension Components Front and Rear  Shaved, Cleaned and Chromed Front End  Old Style Dash with Glass Lenses Hand Made Stuff  Custom Saddlebag Mounts  Custom, One of a Kind Handlebars  Wiring Harness (utilizing NASA soldering specifications)  Taillight/License Plate Mounting scheme  Molded Frame Numerous other hand made, customized or polished parts playing hide and seek Special Thanks to:  Tony Moreno (HD Gray Beard and lifelong friend and Brother)  James Buscher (Rider, Brother, friend)  Clay Smith (welder extraordinaire)  Bruce Lemoine (Machinist, welder, biker)  Al Hines (Painter, bike builder [shot the paint job 20+ years ago])  Mark of frontline cycles, Longmont CO (the best “indy” in the area)

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