Posted by Alex Ramon / / Labels: Bobbers /
The motorcycling world loves a ‘barn find’—an old, obscure machine wheeled out of the woodwork for the first time. And this is one of the biggest revelations of recent months. It’s a 1930 Henderson that was customized before WW2 by a fellow called O. Ray Courtney and fitted with ‘streamliner’ bodywork. The bike is owned by collector Frank Westfall of Syracuse.
Head wrench Jeremy TAGAND went three days without sleep to get this pony ready for the parallel Universe last month, he told us on the fourth day a Smurf stole his 8mm spanner and mind power was a credible green fuel. Ha has since caught a few zees and is a doting father until it finds a home... yep, its for sale, 12 mnths reg and a tank of fuel. More pics of the Moulin Rouge HERE and specs HERE. Enjoy!