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1942 Big Tank Crocker

THE LAST CROCKER EVER BUILT

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Crocker #42-61-310 is an all real, all born at the factory superbike, verified by The Crocker Registry, that has spent its entire life in California. The machine was recently meticulously restored by Steve Huntzinger to perfection and only has 14.9 dial-in miles on the restored original Corbin speedometer. The only non-factory parts on this restoration are 4 big head bolts that had to be machined from scratch and of course such items as speedometer cable and front brake cable. The handgrips and rubber footboards are the last new stock left from the original Crocker factory. Even the tires are brand new old stock 1942 Firestones. The cantilevered seat bracket is one of only six utilized on Crockers.

Steve Klein is owner of Sierra Madre Motorcycle Company and assists collectors and museums with valuation, acquisition and/or disposition of rare collectable motorcycles. He has been a riding enthusiast for 55 years and routinely supports, participates, competes and writes on vintage motorcycling events in North America. Steve has written a blog detailing the history of the Crocker Motorcycle Company and of this fabulous Crocker #42-61-310.

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THE LAST CROCKER EVER BUILT (bikernet.com)

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