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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hi Fabe: Yes sir we are getting aquainted: I will need to Clean that Linkert carb, soak ing it in avaition fuel,Avgas, and marvel mystery oil kinda gummed up, but her throttle is working only after 3 hour soak. I am hearing ya on the starter, many other posts strongly oppose the conversion, This is exactly why I am here, sounds like a really costly issue. Thank you for your post. A fellow Aviator Sunny

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Welcome AJ Im an old fart myself and I ride a kick only 59 pan Ive been riding it since 73 Im looking forward to seeing some pictures and again you should feel right at home here its a good group of people here.
    I CELERITER TEMPUS DEFICIT
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    IF YOU AINT LIVING FREE YOU AINT LIVING


    1942 WLA
    1953 G servi car (thats a pile of parts)
    1959 Panhead
    1969 shovelhead electraglide
    1974 shovelhead electraglide
    1995 roadking
    2014 Indian Chief Vintage
    AMCA #14226

  3. #13

    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hey Goat: Ya They lied to me about the golden years, It Sucks, big time. Some friends can't understand why I want some old iron, (If you have to explain they wouldn't understand.) Goes back a long way's for me. haven't met any classic motorheads in my area yet, but when I start riding her I know I will! There's a shop up on the hill, X mongol, now he's a wrench turner nice ride Pan chopper, we had a bad tornado a few weeks ago killed 8 people, he rode the Pan out during the storm, He said, Dam near got blown away.

  4. #14

    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hi AJ, nice to have another enthusiast on-board! I also own a 64FL, last year of the 6-volt but the pan motor went thru 65 to begin the Electra-glide generation...Mike
    64 Duo-Glide

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hey AJ where do you live? Im assuming Oklahoma. Im supposed to be going through a little "training" out there but all I know is Oklahoma right now send me an e-mail at kentscycles@yahoo.com and lets talk I might can ride by and see you.
    I CELERITER TEMPUS DEFICIT
    (RIDE FAST TIME GROWS CLOSE)

    IF YOU AINT LIVING FREE YOU AINT LIVING


    1942 WLA
    1953 G servi car (thats a pile of parts)
    1959 Panhead
    1969 shovelhead electraglide
    1974 shovelhead electraglide
    1995 roadking
    2014 Indian Chief Vintage
    AMCA #14226

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hey Goat: No I don't live in Oklahoma, In 1974 I Lived in Oklahoma worked at American Flyers in Ardmore, Muni Airport, rode my Shovel head, there From Wilson to Gene Autry. I got a job at Braniff in Dallas, Love field, bought a new off the show room 1980 FLH Shovel and traded my 1969 AMF in on it. I am still in the DFW area, South of Fort Worth, Little town called Acton.My .Com is Indianaviation@charter.net. Last Harley I owned was a 1997 Road King, bought it off the show room floor in Dallas, sold it in 2010 and started looking for my Pan, took a while they are expensive! Good luck at your school in OKC, Great Town. A fellow Aviator Sunny

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Ill send you an e-mail sometime this week my e-mail address is kentscycles@yahoo.com just so when you see it you wont delete it.
    I CELERITER TEMPUS DEFICIT
    (RIDE FAST TIME GROWS CLOSE)

    IF YOU AINT LIVING FREE YOU AINT LIVING


    1942 WLA
    1953 G servi car (thats a pile of parts)
    1959 Panhead
    1969 shovelhead electraglide
    1974 shovelhead electraglide
    1995 roadking
    2014 Indian Chief Vintage
    AMCA #14226

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    Hey Goat: had to leave town for a short, Haven't heard from you on the dot com machine, where are you out of, sounds like you have a bike shop? speciality in harley? (any body can reply) Have a question, my motor, Pan,has a number on the left side below the cylinders, like my previous schovel head, 64FLHXXXXX, But I can't find a number any place on the bike frame, in the usual locations. Is this my serial number? and where is the serial number located on the Duo-Glide,frame, Could my frame be a repop. I don't recall the location back in my high school days when I rode my dads bike. It was a 1958 I thought also a Duo-Glide. A fellow avaitor Sunny

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    All Harley-Davidson domestically made products only had an engine number through 1969. Starting in 1970 they had a frame number to ID them.

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    Re: 1964 pan:

    The number you located on the case is the VIN. The frames did not get numbers until.......'70? I think......

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