This is a 61 Harley super 10 - everyone calls
the whole series the Hummer or Lightweights . Actually - they
were all lightweights until 1955 when a new model was offered
without a front brake etc and was called the "Hummer" . They
were NOT named hummer because of the sound it made, but because
a feller named Dean Hummer sold the largest number of the
lightweights in 1948 when the first lightweights were offered.
This bike was also made from the DKW molds that
we got from the Germans after the war. The first Yamaha was also
made from the identical molds of the DKW's because the Germans
and the Japanese were the "Axis " power in the war and the
Germans gave them what they needed to produce this little bike.
So - If you tell your riding buds that there are
British (Bantams), Japanese (Yamaha YA1), Russian (three
different manufacturers in Russia) and German (DKW) bikes that
have parts that will bolt right on or in a Harley - they will be
surprised and you will be correct.