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Harley Davidson WLC time-lapse restoration
We had located this Harley Davidson WLC in Europe - it was barely running and whoever had tried to restore or maintain it had done a pretty poor job. Nearly every part and component was incorrect and only seemed to get worse the more we took it to pieces. However as you will see, with our depth of knowledge and expertise we were able to restore and refurbish the bike and rebuild the engine and gearbox back to the highest standard. We had already sold the bike before we commenced the restoration, so when it was finished we then dressed it as per our clients requirements. We chose this restoration as our first time-lapse project as we knew that the time to complete the job was the shortest. The filming took place over the period of about 1 month in the Autumn of 2013 at our workshop in West Sussex. For more of our projects you can find us as follows; Website: http://www.rie-store.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RieStoreLtd Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiE_Store Mechanical engineering geniuses: Ashton Dyer / Peter Martyn-Smith With thanks to Bedlam Media for the production and music





Harley Davidson WLA 45' ... "Barn-Fresh"Libérator
this is the scoot i ride everyday....since 15 Years ... do you think it should be RESTORED ?





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1941 Indian Chief Alive After 30 Years in Pieces - 1941 Barn Find Chief Build
Check out http://www.caimag.com/forum/showthread.php?14152-1941-Barn-Find-Chief-Build for the complete build on this bike and the resurrection after being in pieces for 30 years. This Chief was taken apart around 1984 and sat in pieces for the last 30 years. The motor was built in 1986 and never run. Over 5 months, Indian John and I took everything else apart and put it back together. She started in 2 kicks! The adrenaline rush was amazing after working for all these months. It could not have been done with out the knowledge and patience of John teaching me the finer points of Indian restoration - Thank you, the knowledge and memories are priceless. It looks like it was originally a Sammy Pierce bike with an AIMCO stamp on the motor and it was bought in California around that timeframe. Duane Sheridan rode the heck out of this bike. I'm trying to keep the history alive. If you have any pictures of Duane or the bike, please email them to me so his memory can live on. Enjoy!




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