Here's a collection of bikes from the show. Some of of these are from sort of a VIP corral of bikes belonging to friends of the promoters. A few of them are related to the Show Class-People's Champ venue, and a few others are from exhibitors/vendors.
Mike Davis exhibited some of his own machinery. If you throw a bike party like this, who's going to say you can't show your own bikes?
Classic Panhead Chopper.
Classic Knucklehead Chopper.
Cool Gooseneck Flathead.
Clean Shovelhead Chop.
Looks like the S&S aircleaner shrunk in the laundry.
You don't see many 45's at Born-Free, especially given the complete show bike treatment. This one appears to be stuffed into a vintageTriumph frame and retains the Brit's transmission.
One Crazy Engraved Knucklehead. The details are amazing.
Ryan of the Vintage Dreams blog, specialty is resurrecting vintage choppers. Lately he's scored a few of Dean Lanza's frames and bikes. How he found them is a mystery...
...his blog can be found in the side column.
Ryan's rebuild of Dean Lanza's Quicksilver. It recieved the Mooneyes Best of Show award.
More to Come...