"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.
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" printed on a 16" x 20" paper and fits in a standard size frame.
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