When you first see all the stuff, it just doesn't seem possible that it exists. There are pallets full of brand-new Girling shock absorbers, stacks and stacks of Amal carbs of every variety—Concentric, GP, Monoblock—all as fresh as when they left the plant more than 30 years ago, still in their original boxes. Shelving 12-feet high and a quarter of the length of the warehouse store only gas tanks and fenders (there are more than 2000 of the latter!), many pieces in original paint, still in the factory wrapping, waiting to be installed on a bike for the very first time. There were 11,000 pounds of Harley parts in the Cycle Hub attic. Big cases contained 16,000 pounds of final-drive chain, 4000 tires sat on racks, scores of brand-new engine parts were everywhere, cases, cylinder heads, complete new front ends, gauges, brackets, airboxes, mufflers, frames. There are enough NOS Lucas electrical bits to darken a thousand futures.