Dennis came by today, and dropped off some Goodson air cleaners for me. Denns says he was forced (I'm not buying that....) out of his shop today, to get some break-in miles on the Knuckle he built for artist David Uhl, after some recent motor work he finished up on it. You really have to see this bike in person to fully appreciate all the little details on it.
How could somebody even think of buying someone's knockoff of Dennis' air cleaners, regardless of what the price is? "Shame, shame, double shame, everybody knows your name......". You can spot a bogus Goodson a mile away on a bike. You aren't fooling anybody.
Here's Dennis giving all you people who follow my blog, a heart-felt double "Junior Peaceman's Salute", and he hopes you all have a good weekend!
"It's a rough job, but somebody's gotta put some miles on it!" . The bike was running like a Swiss watch. Dennis gives you a rundown on the bike's highlights in "The Harbortown Bobber", you can catch it here: