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1975 Ironhead XLH Barhopper (Part 1)

Dave from Denmark, Maine, United States made available these pictures of his daughter's 1975 Harley XLH Ironhead Sportster which was rebuilt by Old Skool Kustomz to this custom Oldschool Bobber Barhopper.

The front end of this oldschool Harley bobber has got a Wide Glide fork with a great looking oldschool style 21 inch 40 spoke wire wheel and a slick Avon Venom 21x90 tire. At the rear there's a 16 inch 40 spoke wire wheel and an Avon Venom 16x140 tire.

In this Part 1 we show you the right hand side of this classic motorcycle.

Click HERE to go to Part 2 of this 1975 Ironhead Barhopper photo album



Photo of 1975 Harley Davidson IronHead XLH Sportster Oldschool Bobber Barhopper.

Photo of 1975 Harley IronHead XLH Oldschool Sportster Bobber Barhopper. "... imagination kicks in ..."

Do you see what I see? Some will say that they see an FLH Dual Fat Bob gastank, and you couldn't blame them, they're right. However, some dirty lucky bastards will say they see something else!

This is about Art, in its purest form.

Photo of 1975 Harley XLH IronHead Oldschool Sportster Bobber Barhopper. Harley FLH dash on a Dual Fat Bob gas tank.

Photo of 1975 Sportster IronHead XLH Harley Oldschool Bobber Barhopper. The seat is custom lambskin by Old Skool Kustomz. Fenders are stock H-D XLH, chopped and shaped by Dave.

Photo of 1975 IronHead XLH Oldschool Harley Bobber Sportster Barhopper. S&S Super B non-accelerated carburator, electronic ignition, standard HD 4-speed tranny.

Photo of 1975 XLH IronHead Oldschool Bobber Sportster Harley Barhopper.

Photo of 1975 Harley IronHead XLH Oldschool Sportster Bobber Barhopper. At the rear there's a 16 inch 40 spoke wire wheel and a slick Avon Venom 16x140 tire.

In this Part 1 we show you the right hand side of this classic motorcycle.

Click HERE to go to Part 2 of this 1975 Ironhead Barhopper photo album

(June 2008)




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