The above may be true, but the polished heads, primary cover, gear case cover, and sprocket cover were an option, and for a small fee (back then) your 54 up KH, KHK was delivered to you with the above mentioned parts polished.
Another awesome picture, Chris. It does depend on the computer you're using, whether it chops it off or not. My work computer is fine, but my home computer chops it off on this forum. Haven't a clue why.
Just stunning! It's inspiring to see what you started with and what you have created.Great work.That paint design seems so appropiate for the bike,very art deco I would say,cool and understated ,a case where less speaks more profoundly.Tom.
Ok, now you've done it. Posting the pics has made me see that I need to finish the '55 KHK that I have been pushing to the corner for years to complete other projects. Last registered in '70 it suffered primarily from neglect. Someone put scout pistons in it and a few other odd hot-rod tricks but mostly stock including the original '55 fender badge. Time to get started ! Robbie