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  1. #11
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    And an early one, even a bobber, 85 to 95K

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by 36 knuck man View Post
    And an early one, even a bobber, 85 to 95K
    What a nice bike! But I'd like mine with a clipped front fender. Not no fender. Wonder how a Fat Boy fender would look? Up front she seems a bit topless this way. 36EL gone wild? What next!
    Last edited by HarleyCreation; 09-28-2016 at 04:10 PM.

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    I guess every one has their own style but I think Larry's bike looks great with no front fender. But Larry, get that missing pin-stripe on the tanks!

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    Larry does beautiful work, and he works hard at it. I am just astounded at what he has accomplished, and collected.
    Eric Smith
    AMCA #886

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    Thanks guys for the nice comments, the black stripe is on the tank it is just hard to see in that picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils_r View Post
    Hi- what should you expect to pay for a 1936 Knucklehead - 90% complete- mechanically worn?- I have seen prices for restored bikes of this vintage go for ridiculous money- not helpful for the hobby restorer and biker.

    NilsR
    some ridiculous number way more than its worth, hold on to your wallet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils_r View Post
    Ok- so a project bike could be in the 10-20'$ range then

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    That would buy a '36 frame and a couple other parts.
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    Dear All, it looks like time for a plug for the Harley 1936 VLH 80 cubic inch flathead. These were built in about the same numbers as the 1936 knuck, which had a 12% list price premium at the time. I have a couple of fully restored and AMCA judged VLH bikes on my Website at $45,000, suggesting the knucks are way overpriced or, more likely, the VLH is on the way up...

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