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Clint Galloway’s ’04 Swift Bar Chopper/CF

June 30, 2004
Owner: Clint GallowayCity/State: Desoto, KansasYear, Make & Model: 2004 Swift Bar Chopper/CFColor: Stars & StripesEngine: S&S 113 cu. in. – 1853 ccEngine Bore: 4 in.Stroke: 4.5 in.Compression Ratio: 10.1:1Horsepower: 107Ignition: Compufire – Single FireCarburetor: S&S Super GFuel Tank Capacity: 5 US GallonsExhaust System: Bubs - BaffledTransmission: Baker 5 speedPrimary Drive: Primo Rivera Brute IIIDry Weight: 595 lbs.Wheel Base: 76 in.Seat Height: 24 in.Ground Clearance: 4 in.Rake: 38 DegreesBrakes (Front & Rear): Performance MachineCaliper: 4-PistonRotor: 11.5 in.Tire (Front): 90/90 H21Tire (Rear): 250/40 HR18Wheel (Front): 21” x 2.15” BilletWheel (Rear): 18” x 8.5” BilletPhotos by Mike Schweder

Eric McNutt's ‘04 Celtic Customs Chopper

May 2, 2004
Owner: Eric McNuttCity/State: Raymore, MissouriPhone: (816) 806-3260E-Mail: celticcustoms@hotmail.comGeneralFabrication: Celtic CustomsYear & Make: 2004 CustomModel: Celtic ChopperAssembly: Eric McNuttAssembly Time: Ten monthsChromed by: BrownsEngineYear/Model: 2002 Harley-Davidson Twin CamDisplacement: 88 cubic inchCarburetor: Harley DavidsonAir Cleaner: Taylor EngineeringPipes: Celtic CustomsTransmissionYear & Model: Harley-Davidson five speedShifting: FootPaintMolding: Bill DuncanPainter: Bill DuncanColor/Type: Candy Root Beer, Black, Orion Silver, Pumpkin Pin StripeFrameType: ChopperBuilder: Race InnovationsRake: 40-degree neck, 6 degree treesStretch: 3 out, 5 upSwingarm: Race Innovations/Celtic CustomsAccessoriesBars: Celtic CustomsFenders: Celtic CustomsHeadlight: Drag SpecialtiesTaillight: Drag SpecialtiesPegs: LegendsGas Tank: WCC/Celtic CustomsOil Tank: Celtic CustomsSeat: Celtic Customs/Independent ClassicsGrips: Performance MachineForksType: 41mm DeuceExtension: 12 inchesBuilder: Harley-Davidson Deuce legs, Perse trees,…

Craig Frye’s ‘03 Ultra Craft Customs Pro Street Chopper

March 30, 2004
Owner: Craig S FryeCity/State: Smithville, MissouriGeneralFabrication: Ultra Craft CustomsYear & Make: 2003 CustomModel: Pro StreetAssembly: Reece & Heath Good of Ultra Craft CustomsAssembly Time: Eight monthsChromed by: S & H PlatingEngineYear/Model: 2003 Rev Tech Displacement: 100 cubic inchCarburetor: Mikuni HSR 42mmAir Cleaner: K&N Force WinderPipes: Ultra Craft CustomsTransmissionYear & Model: Rev Tech Five-SpeedShifting: FootPaintMolding: Ultra Craft CustomsPainter: Brian Plihal at Wiz Bang CustomsColor/Type: Orion Silver, Viollette Pearl, and Lime Time Green/House of ColorFrameYear/Type: FXRBuilder: Kenny BoyceRake: 42-degreesStretch: Five inchesRear Swingarm: Kenny Boyce/Ultra Craft CustomsAccessoriesBars: Ultra Craft CustomsFenders: Ultra Craft CustomsHeadlight: Drag SpecialtiesTaillight: Paul YaffeeSpeedometer: Dakota DigitalsPegs: Performance MachineGas Tank: Independent/Ultra…

February Cover - Swift & Sweet - Only at Hawg Wyld Cycles

January 30, 2004
Swift Motorcycle Company is the maker of this beautiful red Bar Chopper “SF” and sweet refers to our February cover model, Angie Inglima. Both the bike and Angie can be found only at Hawg Wyld Cycles in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Angie works in the showroom at Hawg Wyld and will help you find that perfect part, accessory or motorclothes item. I got my first look at the Swift Bar Chopper and Punisher models at this year’s Cycles N More Bike show. While at the show, I had the pleasure of meeting Tom Talley, owner of Hawg Wyld Cycles. Tom gave…

January Cover - Jack Mouse’s 1958 Harley-Davison Duo Glide

December 31, 2003
The first time I saw this bike was on a motorcycle lift in my neighbor, Dave Miller’s garage. The gas tank, seat, and a few other components were disassembled; however, even with the missing pieces you could tell this was a one of a kind bike. Here in front of me, which as far as we could tell, was an original 1958 Harley-Davidson Duo Glide with a suicide shift and less than 900 miles on the odometer? Unbelievable! This beautiful bike is owned by my next door neighbor’s 85 year old father, Jack Mouse of Independence, Missouri. Apparently, many years…
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