Well Pampered 2007 American IronHorse Classic.
This is a Must See Bike. 100 ci with a 6 speed. Factory Custom Paint and Pinstriping and Sampson Exhaust.
The Classic Chop is the most economical bike ever to roll out of the company’s Fort Worth factory, and all the cost savings is a direct result of cutting back on this sweetie’s bling—not the performance or quality. The outcome is a lightweight, matter-of-fact machine without a lot of extra jewelry or makeup. Despite having “only” a 100? S&S Sidewinder Plus motor being fed go-juice via the S&S Super G carb, acceleration is strong enough to satisfy even the most jaded of suitors. The transmission is a solid-shifting 6-speed close-ratio unit with a left-side drive. But one of this hottie’s greatest assets is her agility, with handling characteristics that make the ride a pure pleasure. A major factor in the handling is the sensible rear tire, which is “only” a 200/50-18 Metzeler. Featuring an A-frame type swingarm, the double downtubed frame is stretched a whopping 8? with an additional 4? of backbone stretch. But then all that stretch is needed when coupled with a 12? over-stock front end and 42 degrees of total rake (38 in the neck and another 4 degrees in the triple trees).