William's Photo Gallery-The Motorcycles page

 This was my first bike. A 1960 FL 74" Harley Davidson Dou Glide "Panhead". Ratty, rough, really cool. Pic was taken in January 1991 in Puerto Rico.

 This is a 1948 FL 74" Harley Panhead I built and shipped to Japan a few years ago. Picture taken Dec 3rd 1997. Pretty, but a huge headache to build.
 Another shot of the1948 FL 74" Harley Panhead. I saw it listed in a Japanese motorcycle magezine for sale. I don't care much for chrome.

 1952 Harley WL 45" Solo Model I sold to Japan. This bike came out of Las Vegas and Jenny and I hauled it back with a pair of Indian Chief motors behind our seats in the truck. Fun trip!

 1944 UL Model 74" Harley Flathead I bought from Dave at The Shop in Ventura. Sergeant Garcia as we called it as it came out of Mexico. Another fun trip on the way home from Jenny's Christmas party in Ojai. Picture taken Dec 8 1998 (My eighth wedding anniversary)

 The last motorcycle I built. 1940 Harley EL 61" Knucklehead. Sold it to a rich guy in Michigan. This picture was the day before the worst day of my life (so far). August 2nd, 1999.

 A 1967 Harley FLH Generator Shovelhead I bought and sold in late 1997. I got it and sold it.

 One of the 2 Harley Davidson Servi Car 45" Flathead Three Wheelers I bought and sold in 1999. This is a 1948 G Model, stone stock and ugly. Did great on these both and are being restored.

 The other Harley Davidson Servi Car 45" (750cc) Flathead Three Wheeler I picked up. This one's a 1949 G Model, stone stock, greasy & ugly. Just how I like 'em.

 This my daily Rider. A stock 1947 Indian Chief Roadmaster 74" Flathead. I picked it up back in Dec 1999 and we've been everywhere together. It's sorta ugly, comfortable to ride, outrides any old HD, pretty quick and now the red flagship of my business.

 Me in Murrietta Hot Springs last Summer. 100 degrees that day, 70 mile ride each way.

Cindy on my Chief at Murrietta

 Me & the Chief next to my project 1930 Chevy Tudor "Bonnie & Clyde" Sedan.



 Yours truly @ Lake Perris last year with David, Janet & friend of hers. Both David & I dumped the bikes trying to climb a hill.

 1926 J Model 61" Pocketvalve Harley twin with European sidecar on the wrong side. I sold this bike late last year.

  Another shot of the1926 J Model 61" Pocketvalve Harley twin. These have no front brakes!!!

 Mark Laun with his son, Israel going for a ride on New Years Day, 2000. He dumped my battery that day on the 91 Fwy.

 Lake Perris in the Late 1980's, That's me catching a little air, wearing my leathers & a blue Hallman Mach5 "Gladiator" suit.

 My faithful comrade, David Goldgorin ("Jew Boy" ) loading the bikes after our ride and some plinking with the .22 Beretta.