My Past Motorcycle Restorations
Mike Breeding's 1939 Indian Chief
I spent 6 months fully restoring this 100 point "Worlds Fair" bike.
This is a 1951 Vincent Rapide
This bike was found in Cambodia after sitting out the entire Viet Nam War
1951 Vincent Motor
This is my "Big Bore" Motor, with Amal Concentrics, and "Elephant Trunk" breather.
1951 Vincent Chassis
Rare view of the Vincent Chassis, with Triangulated Swinging rear subframe, Girder front end, and Oil Tank acting as a central spine mounted to the Heads.
This is a 1940 Indian Sport Scout
I restored this bike for my buddy Frank. It took 1 1/2 years!
This is a 1952 Indian Chief
I restored this bike from a Bobber!
This is a '48 Indian Cheif
I built this bike for the Imus Brothers (Of the New York Talk Radio Show). This bike was a total disaster. Everything was trashed. I used "Bonny" pistons, and "Ollie Cams".
Two Scouts-A 1940 Sport Scout, and a 1939 "Bonny" Sport Scout used for Dirt Track Racing. The Low one was once used on an Air Force base. The Racer spent it's whole life racing, and came in 2nd at Daytona in 1940!
This is a '59 HD KRTT Road Racer
This Bike ran in several Daytona 200's.
This is a 1996 Honda 250cc Grand Prix Road Racer
I did the paint and bodywork!
This is Fred's Ducati 955
This Bike won the 2000 "Willow Springs Superbike Championships"
This is my friend Phil Gentiles 1962 HD "Panhead Chopper"
He and I modified this bike in 1975 to this state, and it is still as you see it. It will soon get a complete engine rebuild, and again will be storming North Texas!
1970 H-D FLH
I did Paint and some fabrication.
James R. Mosher