If I wanted to know how many points my Knuck would get but did not want or could not drive it to an event, how would I go about having a judge look at it? My reasons are simple. Just because the guy I bought it from said it is 'original' does not make it true. I can't explian why I like old bikes, I just do. I buy them and play with them to keep my self from going insane. There is nothing like hunting down a part and successfully instaling it. The fact that I can sometimes make a bike run better than when I got it is my idea of a good time.
I have had a 1920 and a few flat heads. Shovels still rule in my book. I had two pans a few evos and am on my fourth twin cam. I've learned to like em and not love em. I let em go after a while so I can do it again.
This will be my first Knuck and I can't wait! BUT for the first time, I would like to get off on the right foot. Having the bike 'judged' will give me a good heads up as to what is really original and what is not. I guess I'm just looking for an honest opinion as to how correct the knuck is before I start to 'tinker'.
I realize that time is money and I am willing to compensate a qualified judge for their time. I am in the Chicago area.