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Billy’s Fleet

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1968 Harley Davidson Servi-Car: “Servi”

Servi-Cars were the longest production HD motorcycle built from 1932 through 1973. Originally used by auto repair shops for towing, Servi-Cars became utility vehicles for police, the Postal Service, and many other delivery based businesses. Our 1968 Harley Davidson Servi-Car has its original 45 cubic in flat head motor. As for the body, it had a complete frame off restoration, which was done by Delray Cycle in 2011. Bryan Nystrom did the paint job, and it was pinstriped by Brodie Motor Sports Designs. This is the first Harley Davidson Motorcycle we ever restored, and is the workhorse of our fleet.
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1977 Harley Davidson FLH with Sidecar: “Tea Hack”

Originally introduced in 1955, the FLH continues to be in production to this day. The FLH was an upgrade from Harley’s FL motor, boasting a higher performance engine. Our 1977 FLH features a sidecar also known as a “rig” or a “hack.” This bike was restored by Vito Cataldo of Interstate V-Twin, painted by Ron Espisito, and pinstriped by Dave “Letterfly” Knoderer. The “Tea Hack” as we affectionately call her is the most important bike of the fleet because it allows us to transport people (or prizes) from one place to the other.
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1972 Harley Davidson FLH Shovel Head: “Tea Bagger”

Harley Davidson first introduced the “big twin” shovel head engine in 1965. It became known as the “pan shovel” because it had the bottom-end of a pan head, and the top-end of the newly-introduced big twin. This new Harley also introduced the first electric starters to mass production bikes (the Servi-Car was the first engine to have an electric start). Featuring saddle bags and a “batwing” fairing this bike is considered a bagger - hence, its moniker “Tea Bagger.” This bike was also restored by Vito Cataldo of Interstate V-Twin, painted by Ron Espisito, and pinstriped by Dave “Letterfly” Knoderer.