Clay McCreary of Clay’s Metal Art and owner of St. Joe Harley Davidson explains the start-up procedure of his all original 1963 Harley Davidson Panhead. Clay also explains the oil leaks and the mouse trap design for the clutch mechanism.
Harley Davidson 51 FLH Panhead Hydra-Glide Recreation
If you like to dial up the comforts for endless miles on the wide open road, you’re in for one hell of a ride. Set your own boundaries. Those who appreciate the aggressive look and […]
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