1950 Panhead Raffle Ticket
Dustin Stachuski Fundraiser
Chance to win a 1950 Panhead
Only 400 tickets to be sold
This item is one raffle entry for a 1950 Harley Davidson Panhead
Limited to 400 tickets. Drawing to be held on November 13, 2021 at American Legion Post 24 in Tombstone, AZ during the Toy Drive. Need not be present to win. All proceeds of this raffle are going to Greg's widow.
Entry restricted to U.S. Citizens living in the Continental United States and the winner must pick up the motorcycle from the American Legion Post 24 in Tombstone, AZ.
Purchaser must provide Name, valid email address and phone number during checkout.
The raffle coordinator will send the purchaser a photo of each raffle ticket purchased, filled out with the buyers information as proof of entry.
About the 1950 Panhead
This bike has been upgraded for safety, reliability & convenience while attempting to maintain the appearance of a stock motorcycle.
- 12v DC Electric
- 12v PGM Battery
- Mallory Electric Ignition
- Electronic voltage regulator
- KC halogen spotlights
- Halogen headlights
- LED Tombstone Taillight
- BDL Bell Primary Drive
- Hydraulic Clutch
- Barnett Kevlar Clutches
- Chrome Oil Cooler
- Dual Front Disc Brakes
- Single Rear Disc Bakes
- S%S Super E Carburetor
- New Shinko Tires
- Akrant Chrome Steel Wheels, hubs, stainless steel spokes.
12,000-15,000 miles since complete engine and transmission rebuild. Three owners, AZ title
Who is Greg? by Mrs Stachuski
He was my husband and the most amazing dad to our little boy. A wonderful provider and a good man. He was a truck driver but the class clown: he made everyone laugh and his smile was infectious. Many of his friends said he talked about two things nonstop - his boy and his panhead.
Greg was a hard working man. He started out digging ditches, tried being a plumber, and ultimately was a truck driver for the last 30+ years. He would do anything for his friends and family, and was looking forward to retiring.
Greg lost 120 lbs in 2014, as his doctor said he'd better. In 2015, he was diagnosed with throat cancer and kicked its butt with flying colors. He hadn't been feeling well and, of course, doctors thought it was COVID. No, he was told it was bronchitis. Sadly, it was heart disease which cost him his life.
We love and miss him more than any words could ever express. He was our rock and had the craziest sense of humor.
We love you babe, keep watching over our little boy! - Mrs Stachuski
Tickets may also be purchased at The American Legion (Post 24) in Tombstone, AZ.
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