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If you've ever wanted to be that guy who everyone at the motorcycle rally walks over to and..."what the hell is that?"...Böhmerland in 1936....motorcycle...

If you've ever wanted to be that guy who everyone at the motorcycle rally walks over to and..."what the hell is that?"...Böhmerland in 1936....motorcycle...

Cool streamlined style motorcycle. Henderson is a defunct brand of U.S.-made motorcycle that went bust around the time of the Great Depression. In 1936 designer O. Ray Courtney took a 1930 Henderson and modified it into this streamlined style

Cool streamlined style motorcycle. Henderson is a defunct brand of U.S.-made motorcycle that went bust around the time of the Great Depression. In 1936 designer O. Ray Courtney took a 1930 Henderson and modified it into this streamlined style

Amazing art Deco K.J Henderson Motorbike, 1936. (According to Grail Mortillaro, it was “originally built by O. Ray Courtney in 1936 based on a 1930 K.J Henderson, restored by Frank Westfall from Syracuse, NY”.)

Amazing art Deco K.J Henderson Motorbike, 1936. (According to Grail Mortillaro, it was “originally built by O. Ray Courtney in 1936 based on a 1930 K.J Henderson, restored by Frank Westfall from Syracuse, NY”.)

1930 Art Deco K.J. Henderson. Owner Frank Westfall, Syracuse, New York. Original builder O. Ray Courtney, 1936.

1930 Art Deco K.J. Henderson. Owner Frank Westfall, Syracuse, New York. Original builder O. Ray Courtney, 1936.

Deep mud, sand and snow are no match for this go-anywhere mutated motorbike. Click here for an exclusive 3-D look

Deep mud, sand and snow are no match for this go-anywhere mutated motorbike. Click here for an exclusive 3-D look

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