Another very fine example of a “new” 1948 Harley-Davidson FL Panhead designed the way the factory should have produced it at that time and could manufacture it today? (after adding all DOT and EPA requirements)
And it continues to amaze me that the best Harley-Davidson revivals come in very large number from European countries. In this case, from a small shop called “Abnormal Cycles” installed near the Italian fashion (and industrial) capital of Milano. Bossman Samuel Reali tried to stay as original as possible keeping engine and tranny after their full rebuilt, adding an Indian Motorcycle looking front end and for a Bobber stance keeping both wheels at 16″ with fat 130/90 tires. Just add a slimmer custom tank, a simple but one-off exhaust system and a few brass accessories (Kustom Tech controls), and you get a gorgeous timeless motorcycle to please generations to come. Abnormal Cycles.