Tuesday, November 8, 2011

1971 Choppers magazine - The bike that'll run forever

Cover: C.J.'s 1937 knucklehead. 20,000 miles of righteous hard putting and partying have marked the bike as what choppers are supposed to be - functional road machines. There may be burns on the chrome, and a few chips out of the paint, but when the Hessians put their act on the road, C.J.'s always with them.

Feature Chops: The Bike that'll run forever - C.J.'s 1937 knucklehead; Fatbobs Forever; Puttin' for Nuttin'; Saturday Night Trumpet; Crazy, mixed-up chop; Tech Things: Chop Talk; The Incredible Weber Carbs; Save Bucks - tune it yourself; How to cam your hog; Flathead parts prices; How to fix your clutch; Building a Skull-Bodied Trike part 3; Off the wall: Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers; A Biker's summer vacation; Get on the road right; Ed "Big Daddy" Roth speaks - Think metric - it's the way we're going; more

1971 December Choppers Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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