The Archeologist. Gallery

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  • Uwe Ehinger sourced old motorbike parts
    travelling all around the world
  • Hence the name "The Archaeologist"
  • The parts are preserved in premium gin
    flavoured with ingredients grown for over 80 years
  • And packaged in custom made glass bottles
  • The 1947 Knucklehead was sourced from Chile
    used on a bike of a German pharmacist
  • The 1962 Panhead was found in a gigantic yard
    in a defunct police motorcycle
  • The 1939 Flathead was found in Mexico
    in a discarded military vehicle
  • He wrapped the bottles in waxed paper
    made from the original Heidelberg crucible printing press from 1931
  • Details of origin and the legacy of the part gets documented
    along with the story of how they were sourced
  • Cardboard boxes have rustic Luxor inks and colors
    to go with the Harley Davidson vibe
  • A riveted hand tag boasts unique serial number
    of the engine part that is preserved in the bottle
  • Price: € 1,100 (plus shipping)
    Buy from Ehinger Kraftyard shop, online and other exclusive places
  • A collector’s haven
    embodies old world history and charm
  • The Archeologist.
    The Archaeologist: First Gin including Harley Davidson’s true spirit
    The Archaeologist, by Ehinger Kraftrad. http://the-archaeologist.com/ Dry Gin, flavored with rare Harley Davidson engine parts. 1939 Flathead cam gear, found in the Mexican desert. 1947 Knucklehead shaft nuts, found in Chile. 1962 Panhead rocker arm, found in South Korea.
  • The Archeologist.
    The Archaeologist: First Gin including Harley Davidson’s true spirit
    Ehinger Kraftrad presents the first gin with true Harley Davidson spirit. Each of the custom-made bottles is a unique version of the limited edition and contains original motorcycle parts of Harley Davidson bikes.
  • The Archeologist.
  • The Archeologist.
    Uwe Ehinger sourced old motorbike parts
    travelling all around the world
  • The Archeologist.
    Hence the name "The Archaeologist"
  • The Archeologist.
    The parts are preserved in premium gin
    flavoured with ingredients grown for over 80 years
  • The Archeologist.
    And packaged in custom made glass bottles
  • The Archeologist.
    The 1947 Knucklehead was sourced from Chile
    used on a bike of a German pharmacist
  • The Archeologist.
    The 1962 Panhead was found in a gigantic yard
    in a defunct police motorcycle
  • The Archeologist.
    The 1939 Flathead was found in Mexico
    in a discarded military vehicle
  • The Archeologist.
    He wrapped the bottles in waxed paper
    made from the original Heidelberg crucible printing press from 1931
  • The Archeologist.
    Details of origin and the legacy of the part gets documented
    along with the story of how they were sourced
  • The Archeologist.
    Cardboard boxes have rustic Luxor inks and colors
    to go with the Harley Davidson vibe
  • The Archeologist.
    A riveted hand tag boasts unique serial number
    of the engine part that is preserved in the bottle
  • The Archeologist.
    Price: € 1,100 (plus shipping)
    Buy from Ehinger Kraftyard shop, online and other exclusive places
  • The Archeologist.
    A collector’s haven
    embodies old world history and charm
  • The Archeologist.
  • The Archeologist.
  • The Archeologist.
  • The Archeologist.
  • The Archeologist.