The Panhead Harley-Davidson engine was built from 1948 to 1965 in versions with 61 and 74 cubic inches and, along with its predecessor Knucklehead, is one of the most coveted engines among collectors. Accordingly, our Panhead conversions in this gallery are of course something very special for us. The Panhead was replaced by the Shovelhead engines.
35th Anniversary BikeChopper, Panhead
The Pan lives and bubbles like no other. The chopper passed the first test drive with flying colors and [...]
Uncle PanBobber, FL, Panhead
This jewel is now another highlight in Andreas Personal Bike series. See the gallery here!
Andreas 30 PanheadPanhead
No matter how good a production vehicle looks, it can never be truly individual. To be precise, maximum [...]
Gerry’s Personal 70’s LookChopper, Panhead
The new (old) Gerry's Panhead has been growing a little more over the last 5 years. With great attention to [...]