Moving from the Southwest desert to the rainy Pacific Northwest his introduced some entirely new problems to me. For example... I've never needed to figure out how to prevent moss from growing on my front steps before.
There are lots of unfinished surfaces on your typical vintage motorcycle I've never had to worry about before either. Well in this climate they all flash rust. There are lots of plating solutions (CAD, chrome, Parkerizing, etc.) but some things are just unplated. I had to search for some sort rust inhibitor.
Obviously this stuff has to be reapplied from time-to-time which I can live with. The other gun corrosion inhibitors I've tried don't work nearly as well which makes me wonder why the Eezox stuff isn't easier to find. Are there any other products, approaches or suggestions my friends from wetter habitats might suggest?
One of only 300
74ci. Harley Davidson UA model produced for the US Marine Corps. This period
correct and authentically restored motorcycle is perfect in every way. Every
attention to detail has been taken to restore this very rare "pre
Jeep" motorcycle back to the way it rolled off of the Harley Davidson assembly
line back in 1940. Unlike the ten's of thousand's Harley WLA's produced for
WWII, these 74ci motorcycles were only produced from 1939 to 1941 and very few
survivors are known to exist. This motorcycle is another fine example coming
from the David Sarafan stables and all attention to detail has been researched
and applied to this ultra rare pre WWII military vehicle. An excellent machine
for any military or motorcycle museum.