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Friday, January 1, 2010
Skinny Swedish Knuckles Revisted!
I'm sure everyone has seen these two Knuckleheads, built by Joakim Krantz of Sweden, but they really continue to be tops in my book for both style and simplicity and of course narrowness. The 1947 Tangerine knuckle was featured in the April 2005 issue of Ironworks and the 1941 Red knuckle was featured a year later in April 2006, same magazine! I especially love how the Amal 389 & 689 mirror image monobloc carbs are used on both machines!
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