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Thread: Harley 1946-1947 Bullneck Frame for Trade

  1. #11
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    Here is a XE-35 over 12


  2. #12
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    Here is #13 Interstate



  3. #13
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    Mark,
    I am interested in a trade, I will check my inventory and see what I have.
    Carl

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    Mark, my vin is 68xxIMG_2749.jpgIMG_2532[696].jpg, and it has a 13 interstate UU frame, if that helps you.

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    Jorrow
    Yes, that does help.
    Is it an OP bike or did you at least start with a bike that was original?
    Mark

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    All I can tell you is I found it all assembled, and it had set since 1970, which is the last registration sticker on the bike, and that the trans, cylinders, heads, all have correct castings, none of my doing, so Ive assumed that the frame is the one it came from the factory with.

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    Mark,
    The first half year or so used bullneck 47EL1000 to 47EL7000 or so
    47EL7000 to 47EL11650 or so used #12 Interstate or #12 Knopp
    47EL11650 to 47EL12650 or so used #13 Interstate
    These are very rough estimates, not accurate numbers
    47EL931x came with a #12 Knopp
    47EL6800 is near the transition from bullneck to #12 and could have either but did not come with a #13 Interstate.

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    Thank you both.
    Mark

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    Something I have often thought about is the fact that any replacement part from H-D, including frames, were the last production items until they sold out or were made obsolete, in which case whatever superseded it was used as a replacement by the factory. One reason there are odd bits on many bikes. Pan fenders on Knuckles, odd frame/engine combos, etc. Just thinking about stuff...
    Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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    Great point, which does make these bikes more interesting as they now tell a story, or a clue, as to what happened. Which brings up a different question. Is it ethically good practice to "correct" the history of these bikes so that they are viewed more favorably by the club or future owners.....??

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