I bet you have the lost easy rider bike mixed in somewhere in your pile of bikes. I think you have more parts lying around than most mc salvage yards... One thing for sure, if you ever started to sell off some of your stuff, you'd be setup enough to retire.
I'm not sure about the rest of the stuff but that Karmon Hardon receiver on top of the fridge looks to be state of the art.
cool stuff Hack, when the red frame roller with tank set up for extra leg room goes on the block- lemme know.
i'd like to have that girder...there's a project i'm trying to talk one of my friends into that it's perfect for. and the invaders rule, i've got an old set on my triumph and its the first thing people comment on. btw, hacka...check the wanted section.
i think since we are chopper bretheren, i get automatically bumped to the top of the list of heirs. that is just what i think though. all my parts are in for my chopper. if things go well, i'll be back on the road this weekend....
Ron (kpowersport) is in the process of selling the business. The new owners will be taking over in a few more weeks. He's been running the yard for the last 15 years and is pretty well burned out with the business. I'm not sure if he's interested in buying more inventory at this time as the price for the business has already been set and he has a ton of inventory at the moment.
Ron will be working with the new owners for 30 days to help them figure out where everything is. I will more than likely be working with the new owners to setup some sort of inventory control on a computer and web'ing the inventory so you folks can see what is available. (My main job is computer jock - I mess with the bikes for sanity control). All this will not be done overnight as there are close to 1000 complete/parted bikes on site and 15 years of misc parts in inventory. (very limited HD parts)
Your best bet is call Ron and ask for what every your looking for. The new owners may be interested in your inventory but I think they will have their hands full getting onboard for the next 3 to 6 months.