to be honest, that's the sort of thing that gets H-Ds a bad name. A completely unauthentic, fake machine, of no real use, in among genuine racers with real histories. The colour is wrong, the clutch is wrong, the engine is obviously wrong, the heads are enclosed-valve type butchered to expose pushrods at wonky angles which don't match the cut-outs in the barrel fins, the bike-pedal footrests distributed fore-and-aft of the Jawa clutch to simulate pedals are nasty, but most of all it simply doesn't belong there. If it was that German 8-valver, or one of BoS or Milwaukee Belle's road racers, that would be a different matter entirely
don't think much of the cable-tie around the clutch lever, presumably so as to make it easier to push around ( fixed single gear ) - leaving that on shows how much the bike is ridden! Speedway and grasstrack riders with countershafts do that for the same reason, but don't leave it in place unless it's necessary - bad for the springs and pushrod end
It should be on a stand with other poser's machines, not faking it alongside the real thing.... it's like that Hulster 8-valve thing, a crying shame that so much effort and ability should be expended on such a pointless ornament, although at least the Hulster was a competiton machine in its way, in the sense that it did win an award, which was presumably its whole reason for construction?
Shoot, a man could have a good weekend in Dallas with all that stuff...