The Daily: Brock Lammer's Panhead


We noticed this tidy unit on CrownMotorz' profile a couple weeks ago. The bike's owner and builder was more than happy to send us a spec sheet and these photos, and to tell us about the butt-puckering moment during his first shakedown run. Today's Daily is Brock Lammers' Panhead.




Owner: Brock Lammers 

Shop/Location: Crown Motorz; Las Vegas, NV 

Engine: 2006 S&S 88" Panhead with STD heads and Andrews cam

Frame: 1956 O.G. Harley

Fork: Turned down Showa, lowered 5 inches




Tire/wheel size and style: 16" rear with a sprotor; front hub is a turned down 2006 CRF450X; 21" excel aluminum rim; black powder coat finish

Favorite thing about this bike: It's low, simple and scary fast

Next modification: Baker Frakentranny

Other mods, accessories, cool parts, etc: Joe Hunt magneto, Bare Knuckle foot controls, Electra Glide front fender light for a taillight



Random info: When I first finished the bike, I took it out for a shakedown run and the front end started feeling a little loose so I pulled over to check it out. I forgot to put the pinch bolt in on the steering nut so it backed out and i had about a half inch gap from the top of the bottom tree to the neck of the frame

Thanks: Joe DeJesus, Jared McGeary at for my pipes, and my wife for being so understanding when I work late and spend all my money. To the Vegas crew for always waiting for me when my shit breaks



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Commented on 10-25-2009 At 01:32 am

simple and sick. scary story about your pinch bolt. bet you'll never forget that again!

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 01:41 pm

love that tail light!

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 02:56 pm

what is it with all these porn names?

congrats on the Pan - good stuff there.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 04:03 pm

Ride it till the wheels fall off.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 04:28 pm

Nice scoot. What's the story on the frame? 56's were straight leg rigids, that looks like a swing arm with a welded on rear?

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 05:26 pm

I dig it! Clean and simple.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 05:33 pm


Commented on 11-9-2009 At 05:47 pm

I dig it! Clean and simple.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 05:48 pm

I meant I dig it ! Dirty and Complicated.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 06:05 pm

Im in love with this bike. I want it.

Commented on 11-9-2009 At 09:58 pm

Fuk-king NICE!

Commented on 11-10-2009 At 05:11 am

agree with cro, you need to rethink what frame that is - not quite a '56 straight leg. no front sidecar loop area, lookin' like a swingarm that was rigitized...

Commented on 11-10-2009 At 09:44 am

I bought the frame as a roller off ebay a couple years ago. It was listed as a 56 harley frame. I checked for numbers and took it around to a couple local guys and they couldn't tell me what it was other than it was 56 or earlier because it had a mechanical brake crossover. I'm not up on the early frames. So you guys are probably right now I know what it is.

Commented on 11-10-2009 At 10:08 am

Looks like it all came together REAL well. Everything squeezed in like it was made to.

Commented on 11-10-2009 At 11:10 am

Nice ride and you've got some crazy sweet bikes on your website too.

Commented on 11-10-2009 At 11:47 am

Sweet ride man.

Commented on 11-11-2009 At 07:28 am

very well done!

Commented on 11-11-2009 At 05:23 pm

neat and tidy.

Commented on 11-11-2009 At 06:58 pm


Commented on 11-12-2009 At 09:36 am

Bike is Slick looking.

Commented on 11-13-2009 At 08:37 pm

Just right! Panheads are perfect.

Commented on 11-14-2009 At 05:29 pm

Very nice build...I'm a big fan of your exhaust pipes...haven't seen any like that for a long time, if ever...the ehole bike just sits really nice...

Good luck with safe!!!

Larry in MD

Commented on 11-15-2009 At 03:47 pm

great build and stance. if i get another pan ...... hmmm, your bike has me thinking. great bike - ride safe

Commented on 11-16-2009 At 10:38 pm

function, form, simple. Just a perfect bike!

Commented on 11-17-2009 At 01:01 pm

This bike is sick! My brother doesn't keep all his parts stock he likes to modify to his taste. That frame was chopped and redone by my brother himself. He builds his own frames and handlebars. TALENT!

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