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Bobber – This motorcycle is often referred to as the Bobtail, and was one of the first custom motorcycles to appear and dates back to the early 1950’s and were used by men returning back from the Second World War. These were ridden as a way of rekindling the thrill some of the got from flying fighter planes and all non essential items or extras were removed from the bike. This made them much faster because there was far less weight on the machine.
You would like to have a good helmet, jacket and riding shoes/boots at a minimum. Customising these is up to you, if you’ve got the cash and wish to go all out. Some of the great custom parts and accessories you will want to check out for your bike are fenders, edges and seats. Each of these is really conspicuous and will have heads turning as you cruise by on your cycle. The seat is one of the most helpful customizations you can make. Many bike seats that come stock on bikes are not very comfortable comfortable to sit in for over some miles, so comfort is an absolute must. You will also desire to find a seat that fits not only your personal style but the style of your bike. It is highly recommended that you see a seat mounted on a bike to see how it is before deciding.
The Ford (and Mercury) flathead V-8’s began to fall from favor in 1949, when General motorsykkel started producing V-8 engines with overhead valves. Suddenly the Ford hotrodders found they had to eat the dust of Oldsmobile coupes equipped with the new V-8’s and standard shift. Ford’s new Y-block V-8 was a comparable engine, but it was too little, too late. GM took the lead on all fronts. In 1955 Chevrolet produced its “Turbofire” V-8 engine, also equipped with overhead valves. Almost overnight it replaced the Mercury as the Ultimate Cool Car.
So the blast is one thing. For me, it is just not comfortable to be riding with that wind buffeting me. Plus, at times when we have traded bikes for a while, I’ve ended up with my eyes running so badly from the wind in my face that I’ve been almost blinded. Maybe wrap-around sunglasses would help that, I don’t know.
The next number in the label, “82” stands for the tire’s load index. According to the Maximum Load-Carrying Capacity Chart, a set of four tires could safely support a vehicle weighing 4,188 pounds.
I’m currently not in the market for another automobile, but if I were I would have to consider my options carefully. Would it be better to buy a fully restored 1932 Ford coupe with a souped-up flathead V-8 engine or a 2008 Lexus LS460? The cost would be about the same in both cases. A ’32 Ford was driven by actor Paul LeMat in the 1973 movie, “American Graffiti,” and it was popularized by The Beach Boys in their 1963 hit song, “Little Deuce Coupe.” The Lexus, of course, has air conditioning, disc brakes and a nineteen-speaker sound system. It is a tough choice.