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SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007 SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007

SORDILLO SALT FLAT 2007

Sordillo Salt Flat 2007

Walt’s friend, the artist Arthur Sordillo’s interpretation of a Harley-Davidson hot rod. He had handed Walt a cardboard cutout of the tank, with the words: “Build me a bike that goes with this.” He had picked a set of 1950 Panhead cases with papers for cheap and together they planned to build a bike around the small motor. The original cases turned out to be cracked everywhere, so they opted for a small engine built by the guru Andrew Rosa.

Model: Harley-Davidson Panhead
Frame: Stock
Bodywork: Walt Siegl
Motor: Andrew Rosa-built 45 degree Twin
Exhaust: Walt Siegl
Front Suspension: V-twin, Walt Siegl
Rear Suspension: Rigid frame
Wheels: Akront rims; Firestone tires
Brakes: AP Racing rear caliper
Hand Controls: S&S, Walt Siegl
Foot Controls: Walt Siegl
Electronics: Walt Siegl, Morris Magneto ignition