1947 | Harley-Davidson Model F

“Panhead”/sidecar

EUR 49.500 JPY 6.343.425 BGN 96.812 CZK 1.260.518 DKK 368.166 GBP 41.229 HUF 18.790.200 PLN 237.338 RON 244.976 SEK 529.120 CHF 50.723 ISK 7.029.000 NOK 488.060 HRK 374.566 RUB 5.801.450 TRY 769.770 AUD 76.057 BRL 285.110 CAD 70.082 CNY 348.787 HKD 431.808 IDR 793.651.320 ILS 178.952 INR 4.182.824 KRW 66.458.700 MXN 1.131.362 MYR 231.670 NZD 81.596 PHP 2.836.102 SGD 74.992 THB 1.806.998 ZAR 852.118

 

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F

Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
Harley-Davidson Model F
1947 | Harley-Davidson Model F

“Panhead”/sidecar
EUR 49.500 JPY 6.343.425 BGN 96.812 CZK 1.260.518 DKK 368.166 GBP 41.229 HUF 18.790.200 PLN 237.338 RON 244.976 SEK 529.120 CHF 50.723 ISK 7.029.000 NOK 488.060 HRK 374.566 RUB 5.801.450 TRY 769.770 AUD 76.057 BRL 285.110 CAD 70.082 CNY 348.787 HKD 431.808 IDR 793.651.320 ILS 178.952 INR 4.182.824 KRW 66.458.700 MXN 1.131.362 MYR 231.670 NZD 81.596 PHP 2.836.102 SGD 74.992 THB 1.806.998 ZAR 852.118

 

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Thijs Lempens

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Harley-Davidson 1948 Model F “Panhead” 1207 cc OHV V-twin combination engine # 48F6101

For 1948 Harley went into full revision mode with the Panhead. The top end used aluminum heads and distinctive “cooking pan” rocker covers.
Oil lines were internalized and hydraulic valve lifters adopted for greatly reduced rocker noise and easier maintenance.
The engine was available in 989 cc capacity as model “ E” and 1207 cc capacity as model “F”.
These engines were now the only big twin engines, as the side valve models had been discontinued.
The taller engine required a new frame that was christened the wishbone-frame thanks to its widely splayed front down tubes.
The frame was all-welded and could, for the first time, be fitted with a steering lock in those countries that required it.
The front forks were still the ubiquitous Springer forks, but 1948 would be their last year as 1949 would see the introduction of new hydraulically dampened telescopic forks.
From 1949 on the E and F models would be designated by their “Hydra Glide” designation. Incidentally, not all 1949 twins would be fitted with these forks because there were diehard fans who were not convinced of their superiority and specifically demanded the tried and tested Springer fork in their new machines.
This stunning 1948 Panhead combination is fitted with a comfortable chummy seat and has been restored to a very high standard

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