My Favorite Links

 

1. Harleyson's Antique American Motorcycle Club - Great page and pictures of antique Harleys

http://www.harleysons.de/

 

2. Resurrection Cycle - Honest seller, I have bought from several times

http://www.resurrectioncycle.com

 

3. Victory Library -  Very informative books on flathead mechanics and performance, I have bought several of these books

http://victorylibrary.com/books1.htm

 

4. Duda's Servicar Bulletin Board - Talk to other people with Servicar problems

http://www.rduda.com/forums/index.php

 

5. NOS Parts - Good source of hard to find stuff

http://www.nosparts.com

 

6. 45 Restoration - Very complete supplier repro of 45 and Servicar parts, I have bought many parts from them

http://www.45restoration.com/harley_davidson45

 

7. 45 Parts Depot - Supplier and manufacturer of complete line of 45 and Servicar parts

http://www.45partsdepot.com/index.php

 

8. Georges Antique Motorcycle Parts Bulletin Board - Place to buy and sell parts

http://www.georgesantiquemotorcycletrader.com

 

9. Flathead Power Bulletin Board - I believe to be the best source for flathead and knuckle head mechanical information

http://www.flatheadpower.com/cgi-bin/ubb/Ultimate.cgi?action=intro

 

10.  Antique Motorcycle Club of America - Good old bike bulletin board, everybody should belong to AMCA, if only for the great magazine

http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bboard/index.php

 

11. Barber's Vintage Museum - Great motorcycle museum in Birmingham, Al / mix of old and new

http://www.barbermuseum.org/

 

12. Fat Dog Salvage - Large listing of used and new antique Harley parts

www.fatdogvintagesalvage.com/

 

13. Harley DL Page - Bulletin board or DL and RL people

DL45Homepage.com Index

 

14. MasClassics - Supplier of old Harley used and new parts, great seller to deal with

http://www.masclassics.com/

 

15. Wheels Through Time Museum - Absolutely the best antique bike museum I have ever been in, many original bikes. Located in Maggie Valley, NC. It is worth a long trip and great riding area located in the Smokey Mtns.

http://www.wheelsthroughtime.com/

 

 

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