Wednesday, September 26, 2012

AEE Weber manifold

Here are some shots of a manifold that showed up on Ebay. The early versions of these that we sold did not have the AEE logo on them. I'm pretty sure we were originally getting them from Magnuson as he is the guy that came up with the Weber to Ironhead/Shovelhead manifold. Someone wants this bad as they have a bid on it WAY too high for its value.

Monday, September 24, 2012

I'm back and Paul JR. knows nothing!

Just got back from a 90 mile backpack in the High Sierras so I will post and catch up here soon.

Meanwhile I got this from Paul at Bones Legacy Choppers:

I was flicking through the tv today,,OCC was on ,Jr, was building a 5 wheel trike,,he claimed it was the only one in the world ever built,  i cant believe what an idiot he is,, the BIG TWIN is so well known,,i cant believe they aired what he said.

BIG TWIN was the first 5 wheeler (and twin engined auto trans)!!! Kid doesn't know his chopper history at all.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Panhead covers for sale

As promised here is a link to the AEE panhead covers for sale:

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

AEE Panhead covers

Our buddy Panhead Dave sent us these photos of some AEE panhead covers he may be selling. You don't see these very often and this set is in great shape. If I hear where he will be selling them I'll try to post it. Meanwhile enjoy some more AEE goodness.....

Tuesday, September 11, 2012


Here is the latest: The original girder front end designed and built by Dave Brackett (just like the rest of Big Twin) has been mounted back up to it for the first time in years. Pictures aren't real clear but enjoy...its slowly coming together at Bones Legacy in Las Vegas.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

AEE seats in my stash

I'll get back to the first issue of Street Chopper soon but I happened to be cleaning up the garage and shot these pictures of my current stock of AEE seats (I have two others that are mounted up currently).

The cobra style tuck and roll seat is for a swing arm HD, all three King and Queen seats are for rigid frames, the two pads go on anything. The diamond pattern seat is almost with flaws which is amazing after 40 years. However the cobra seat is perfect, zero flaws AND it still has the AEE part number tag on it! I just need enough more chops to build to use these all up...not to mention money and time!