Story goes the original owner was enlisted in the army in 1942 and was sent to Germany to do patrol with this motorcycle. Once he unlisted out of the military in 1948 the Army gave him the motorcycle. The bike was turned into more of a street bike & painted lacquer orange sometime in the late 50?s and he rode it up in-till his death in the mid 1970?s. The son has stored it since then. The bike come with the 1948 title & his original kidney belt that he wore when riding. As of 12/21/19 the bike has a new 6V battery, carb rebuilt, washed and new horn. The motorcycle runs now, all the lights working and shifts through all the gears . Still needs new tires & some other stuff gone through since it as been sitting for years. I do have a video upon request of me riding it the other day. Being sold as is.
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