1958 Harley Davidson FLH Panhead Duo-Glide $16000
Two-tone paint was standard for the FL models, but this teal and white 1958 Duo-Glide was a custom color combo for a Shriner contract. Reportedly, Harley-Davidson built a dozen too many for what the Shrine rs had ordered, so 11 of these unique teal and white Duo-Glides went to Harley-Davidson dealers, with one of the models joining the Milwaukee motor company archives. These Shriner bikes also received the optional Chrome Finish Group and wide whitewall tires. The 1958 Duo-Glides were hand shift and priced at $1,320 new. The OHV 74 Cl V-twins had an 8:1 compression ratio by this point, and they were rated to 48 HP at 5,000 RPM. Rolling on a 60-inch wheelbase, they weighed in at just about 750 pounds. This first-year Duo-Glide 1958 Harley-Davidson FLH Panhead was featured at the Harley-Davidson Museum in downtown Milwaukee and received a comprehensive nut-and-bolt restoration.