"1968 Harley Panhead" Graphite drawing by Artist David Kizziar
"1968 Harley Panhead" graphite drawing by Artist David Kizziar realistically captures even the high reflection in the chrome parts.
16" x 20" Giclée archival print with soft white, acid free mat (fits into a standard frame)
The panhead was a Harley-Davidson motorcycle engine, nicknamed because of the distinct shape of the rocker covers. The engine was a 2 cylinder /2-valve per cylinder, pushrod V-twin that was replaced by the Knucklehead engine in 1948 then the Shovelhead in 1965.
The original image size measures approximately 11" x 17"
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