Harley-Davidson Panhead in Movies
I removed the page that was made for the Ghost Rider bike to put this one, as here the bike is maybe more identifiable than as the transformed version shown in last thumbnails (or maybe it was also just made for the movie...) Harley-Davidson Panhead(?)"Chopper" Vue du dessus du moteur Panhead
Panhead and is said to be the modern replica of the Captain America bike from Easy rider
Electra Glide in Blue
film poster from the film 'Easy Rider' Both are Panhead Harleys.
Harley-Davidson Moteur Panhead La moto est mieux visible sur la photo ci-dessous /vehicle_174426-Studebaker-Dictator-1937.html
Hassel - Förgörarna
Au premier plan Harley-Davidson avec moteur Panhead A l'arrière plan plusieurs autres Harleys
Dawn of the Dead
Base moteur Harley-Davidson. Mais c'est tout!
This is a Harley-Davidson Panhead Additional shots:
Both Harley-Davidsons. The one on the left has a panhead engine so is 1958-65. The other one has a shovelhead engine and a front disc brake so is post-1970. I can't tell whether this one has a 'softail' frame or if it is a hardtail.
Both customized 1951 HD FLH Police Motorcycles Excellent movie. Saw it 10 times. Ended up getting 73 superglide because of the movie. Unfortunately the original bikes were stolen after the film ! what about to give these 5 stars? I watched it yesterday (ffwd) and I was thinking the same. Someone made it 4 stars, because yesterday it was only 3... why Police? quelles différences entre un Panhead normal et un Panhead police? Gros plan sur les moteurs Panhead Le dernier geste de Dennis Hopper avant de mourir: Un doigt d'honneur! La fin tragique des deux motos (et des deux pilotes) I once had rented this film, and watch the whole thing. I can tell that those two choppers are 1951 Harley-Davidson Panheads because of the motor. All Harley-Davidson have had Panhead Motors which were standard from 1947 through 1965. The motorcycles for the film, based on hardtail frames and Panhead engines, were designed and built by chopper builders Cliff Vaughs and Ben Hardy, following ideas of Peter Fonda, and handled by Tex Hall and Dan Haggerty during shooting. In total, four former police bikes were used in the film. The 1949, 1950 and 1952 Harley Davidson Hydraglide bikes were purchased at an auction for US$ 500 (equivalent to approx. US$ 2500 at 2007 currency rates). Each bike had a backup to make sure that shooting could continue in case one of the old machines failed or got wrecked accidentally. One "Captain America" was demolished in the final scene, while the other three were stolen and probably taken apart before their significance as movie props became known. The demolished bike was rebuilt by Dan Haggerty and shown in a museum. He sold it at an auction in 2001. Many other replicas have been built since the films release. Hopper and Fonda hosted a wrap party for the movie and then realised they hadn't shot the final campfire scene. Thus, it was shot after the bikes had already been stolen, which is why they are not visible in the background as in the other campfire scenes. Oh no! Saw this on the local news. The fourth motorcycle may be destroyed: Link to "www.statesman.com" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvyy2W9LYvs
Captain America chopper from Easy Rider sells for record-setting $1.35 million - See more at: Link to "blog.hemmings.com"
Car Crazy EP: 2.05
The engine is Harley-Davidson panhead. By the big picture in the background I'd guess that it's the bike from Easy Rider: /vehicle_7349-Harley-Davidson-Panhead-1951.html
Every Which Way But Loose
Another Harley chopperised,but custom-built(Knucklehead engine series)
Two different bikes made to look the same. The bike on the road is a Panhead (duo-glide). The one being skewered is a knucklehead in a swingarm frame.
C.C. and Company
Afin d'éviter les véhicules inconnus utiliser la photo existante pour "side-car Harley davidson Panhead" et la photo ci-dessous pour "Harley Davidson Servi-Car"
Voilà : /vehicle.php?id=134928
- Who owns a '48 Panhead outside? (then he offers to trade the '48 Panhead for the other guy's Sporster) - No, no, no, this is Joker's Panhead - It's right over here. The red one, the Panhead Le Panhead est la moto à gauche. La moto au centre est une FL (moteur Knucklehead)
Une erreur dans le film alors?
Archer EP: 5.05
Looks like a Panhead from the early fifties, customised just like Peter Fonda's chopper in Easy Rider minus the Stars and Stripes gas tank. /vehicle_7349-Harley-Davidson-Panhead-1951.html 1951 Harley-Davidson Panhead.
Harley-Davidson unknown... (petit gag au passage: je viens d'écouter le bruit du Lanz-tracteur du film "Die Frau des Heimkehrers", et je ne suis pas sûr que la différence avec le bruit de la Harley au ralenti soit vraiment audible... Non, pas la tête, pas la tête!) ... mais de quoi tu parles JP? d' un Massey-Davidson?... Heureusement que je suis pas sur un forum motard, ou harleyiste! Mais le mieux, pour se faire une idée, est d'écouter une H-D au ralenti... Après respect du temps de préchauffage, je dirais: Harley-Davidson 1340 Softail Custom. Histoire de la sortir des unknown... old style dash and early primary cover.....panhead?
not a 1340 Softail Custom
Esa ja Vesa - auringonlaskun ratsastajat
A première vue un vieux Panhead (1948-1958) visible sur l'image du Sportster /vehicle_151194-Harley-Davidson-Sportster.html