This Awesome 2008 Custom Panhead Can Be Yours.

It can’t be mine because I think, as a pro. I am not authorized to participate to the National Motorcycle Museum’s 2008 raffle bike. But it can be yours, and trust me you have more chance to win this bike than the Jackpot at your State Lottery. Custom-built by J&P Cycles and painted by Scott Takes of Underground Studios, this year’s bike is a beautiful piece of work! The Panhead features a 93 cubic inch S&S Panhead motor that was generously donated by S&S Cycle. The transmission on this beauty is from Baker Drivetrain and the frame from KraftTech. “This is a great way for parts manufacturers from around the country to support the museum,” National Motorcycle Museum Director Jeff Carstensen says. Designed by J&P Cycles bike builders Kody Wisner and Jeff Wiley, the gorgeous paint job has a 3-D racer motif with a nostalgic look. The bike will be featured in the May, June and July issues of Hot Bike Magazine, so be sure to pick up a copy to see this project come together from start to finish. Tickets are available for only $5 each or 6 tickets for $25. Tickets can be ordered by sending your check to the National Motorcycle Museum at P.O. Box 405, Anamosa, Iowa 52205. An order form can also be downloaded from their website at National Motorcycle Museum. Drawing will be held Dec 31, 08 and you don’t need to be present to win.,  

4 Responses to “This Awesome 2008 Custom Panhead Can Be Yours.”

  1. 1 madpuppy Mar 18th, 2008 at 8:54 am

    That’s sweet . Good luck everybody !

  2. 2 Rodent Mar 18th, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    Spend your dough Cyril…It’s a raffle….even world famous builders can buy tickets

  3. 3 David Mar 21st, 2008 at 2:36 am

    Gee Guy’s with today’s technology you would think that They could get the bracket and pipe right so the pipes would be parallel!!!

  4. 4 billy Mar 26th, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    with store bought pipes, they really fit the way they fit. I imagine the place that gave them the pipes wouldn’t love it if they cut them up to make them different. If that’s all you kind find to pick apart I say they did pretty good. I like it and will buy tickets.

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