Subject:RE: RE: RE: ifo needed on hummer frame & Date:Fri Aug 2 20:14:07 2013
Response to:18635
No I did not read the how top restore. I am not going to restore it. I deal in twin HDs mainly and got the hummer frame in an odd trade deal. I was looking for more info so as to know what to price this frame at. Do not get me wrong, like the hummer styel (am restoring a Triumpg Tiger Cub currently) BUT being this is a frame, front end, and other minor parts; am not going to try to restore the hummer. Would rather it go to some one more into hmmers. I know it was the 60s before HD stamped VI numbers on frame on their twins but know diddly as to
SO if anyone is looking for a frame, I have a 53 for sale.


When are we going to get another "illuminated" Hummer Postcard?

And yes, you are correct about the "VIN" numbers, obviously the person posting this question didn't read How-To-Restore Chapter Two


Those are NOT VIN numbers, they are merely casting numbers and are common to all bikes. The Vin is on the left front of the engine vertically on the engine case. No frame number was used on any H-D domestically built lightweight.

I have a hummer frame with VIN number 45454-53 on it. I am looking for info as to it's value, where to begin to get title, and ANY otehr info. It has forks on it that are close in number 45682-53, is that common or what? The frame has forks, handle bars, pegs, brake pedel, and seat bracket on it. ANY info would be appreciated. PLease e-,mail me if you mwill as to any info and value. I will; try and get pics of it.