New Old School Motorcycle Luggage Racks.

After the return of the solo leather saddlebag, of the leather or tin tool box, what is the accessory to add to your bike to make it look even more period correct? Of course a rear fender luggage rack.

The classic 5-rail stock version was bulky and doesn’t fit well with today’s narrower old style bikes. So, here comes these gorgeous 3-rail rack with a smaller foot print of 10″L x 6″ W featuring chrome rails held in place by chrome or brass supports and wing nuts. Good price at $99.99. Mount easily to rear fenders Made exclusively by Paughco for Mr. Lucky.

4 Responses to “New Old School Motorcycle Luggage Racks.”

  1. 1 grayhawk May 20th, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    Nice, I believe I have one still laying around that was 4 rail but pretty much the same design and over all rack dimensions are the same that was made of aluminum or stainless with acorn nuts and Indian script letting on both ends. Does give a good look on the fender. Heck as long as Pauchgo has been around it may be an early version from them, been way too long on that part for me to recollect. No I do not believe it was original Indian.

  2. 2 Lyle May 20th, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    Nice spin on the old 5 rail design. Not a bad price either. But for the do it yourselfers:

  3. 3 Ed Martin May 21st, 2010 at 10:37 am

    Thanks Cyril……….glad you like them! Took an old original 5-rail version and cut it down to use on a bike I was building last year. Old school riders really liked the results, and wanted to get one for their own ride when they saw it. So, sent a sample to my old buddy Ron at Paughco to make. Added wingnuts and brass/copper touches to set them off. The racks, along with a broad offering of old school favorites finished in brass and copper are available through my site, where we cater to old school fools like me! Dealer program/pricing available. Later, Ed

  4. 4 Roadside Marty May 21st, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Mr. Lucky site, I highly suggest you do!! Great site with a great guy..Ed Martin, definitely one of the best in the business!! Roadside Marty

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