Looking To Buy A Harley-Davidson Panhead And Knucklehead

I have 2 clients looking for a Panhead and a Knucklehead. We don’t need bells and whistles. The bikes must be as original as possible. OEM engine and transmission, frame never modified, all matching numbers and good title (we are equipped to check everything). And we know the market prices. Make your best offer with good pictures, phone number and mentioning your location at editor@cyrilhuzeblog.com.


10 Responses to “Looking To Buy A Harley-Davidson Panhead And Knucklehead”

  1. 1 Nicker May 12th, 2008 at 12:40 am

    “…looking for a Panhead and a Knucklehead….. as original as possible…”

    Aren’t we all………. 🙂
    (Preferably “barn-fresh” )


  2. 2 Kephas May 12th, 2008 at 8:59 am

    Ya, ……..looking of a panhead and a knucklehead for a fair price because “We know market prices”. Market prices are what your clients are willing to pay. I’ll be interested in how this “pans” out. I don’t think you are going to find a seller bidding war. Tell your clients to make the offer. Then the seller will tell you if it is what he thinks your clients should pay. That’s generally how it works in a buyer/seller business deal. Pans and Knucks bring a pretty penny today.

  3. 3 Jack Carter May 12th, 2008 at 11:46 am

    Hey, Kephas. FYI, it’s a buyer market.

  4. 4 Cochise May 12th, 2008 at 11:59 am

    I agrre with you Jack, except when it comes to Pans & Knucks…………with them, it’s a sellers market.

  5. 5 burnout May 13th, 2008 at 10:29 am

    I have a knuckle/panhead, best of both worlds….. yes it IS a rat bike! peace

  6. 6 Asa May 13th, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    I have a 1962 pan all orignal matching numbers and frame I am 3rd owner and I put iy like this I would sell but you would have to make it worth my time to consider your bid . I looked to long to find a bike like what you are wanting and there are some out there more than you think but the people with them KNOW what they have believe me i looked at plenty . Ab

  7. 7 Roberto Sep 28th, 2008 at 1:49 am

    i have a bike fron that years but not sure price,engine not match but complete

  8. 8 Kevin Dec 3rd, 2008 at 12:12 am

    Have a 1959 FLH. Mostly stock. Numbers matching. Third owner, had it for over 25 years. Motor is .010″ over with WIseco pistons and Manley valves. Have stock and new wheels. Bike is 12 volt now. Bates period correct grips. Paint is about 15 years old, matching style of original. Have gates, saddlebags, windshield (has mirrors attached) believed to be stock. Newer speedo, but have old in storage. Do not have the buddy seat. Blacked out the oil tank and motor. If interested, please contact Kevin at harleyable2@yahoo.com.

  9. 9 Denny Guzlas Jan 20th, 2011 at 12:12 am

    I have an 1962 FLH panhead with 21,000 original miles on it. I bought it in 1968 when it had 5,000 miles on it with the transmission locked up. Repaired trans with Andrews gears. At about 15,000 miles, found out cam had a flat spot. Replaced with mild Andrews cam. New tires and had valves changed to use unleaded fuel. Seat leather was cracking so I had seat stripped down and rebuild by a fine leather smith in white leather with fringe and conchoes. Bike is red and white with original paint except for repainted front fender. Bike has duel points and coils with most chrome in decent shape. I am 67yrs old and kick starting isn’t as much fun as it was when I was 27yrs old. I intend to update to a later model electric start. Price is $24,000. If interested, pictures are available on request at dennyguz@gmail.com.

  10. 10 Dick Sep 24th, 2011 at 11:52 am

    have 1964 Panhead to sell , only serious buyers. was in Ironhorse magazine

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