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    Quote Originally Posted by RichO View Post
    Eric and Steve, if you know anyone looking for builders I have a '20 (loop frame), '25 JD, '27 JD, '28 JDH, and '29 JDH. Some assembly required, batteries not included. Also a spare frame or two, same with forks, a complete motor or two, same with transmissions, and lots of extra parts. Assembling baskets now for spring or summer. FYI. Rich P.S. Baskets will have all major parts and some gingerbread. Not to high, not to low price wise.
    Rich, can you pm me prices?
    I am sorta looking for another J, or JD, or JDH project.

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    Spring at the earliest. Rich
    DrSprocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichO View Post
    Eric and Steve, if you know anyone looking for builders I have a '20 (loop frame), '25 JD, '27 JD, '28 JDH, and '29 JDH. Some assembly required, batteries not included. Also a spare frame or two, same with forks, a complete motor or two, same with transmissions, and lots of extra parts. Assembling baskets now for spring or summer. FYI. Rich P.S. Baskets will have all major parts and some gingerbread. Not to high, not to low price wise.
    Sounds like great projects, Rich. I'm prejudiced, but I think Js, JDs, and JDHs are the most interesting, and beautiful Harleys. I don't believe H-D ever surpassed the quality of material, and workmanship of that early era. Of course performance improved, but speed is only one of the many addictive aspects of motorcycling.
    Eric Smith
    AMCA #886

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