Wisconsin Madman Mark Madson


*** The Following is a Re-creation of my www.harleyheartbeat.com website published May 27, 2001 ***
This was the Harley Heartbeat Home Page

» Harley Heartbeat

Me and my Harley Heartbeat Duo

What goes Best with a Custom 454 SS Harley Heartbeat Chevy Truck?
You guessed it - a Custom Harley Davidson Heartbeat Harley!

Hello, and welcome to the Harley Heartbeat website.

The purpose of this website is to introduce all of my creative & new ideas and projects to the rest of the world. My name is Mark Madson, and my motto is that "I'm 48 years old, with the body of a 24 year old, and the imagination of a 12 year old that has not realized the boundaries of reality!"

Although my innovative ideas have already been featured in newspapers, magazines, television news broadcasts, and personal radio interviews all over the world, my goal this year is to concentrate more on television because my projects are so visual.

This year's project was the Harley Heartbeat Chevy Truck, and the matching Heartbeat Harley.

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Some of the "toys" that you can see in the picture above:


1963 Ford Econoline Wheelstander 427 pick-up.


Seven Pro-Street Lawnmowers, before and after.


1935 Graham, restored in 1972 with 427 engine.


The "V1" motorcycle, that I built in 7th grade.


The "Make Hay While the Sun Shines" 427 lawnmower.


1988 Chevy lowered work truck.


"The Answer is Blowing in the Wind" weather vane.


1985 Cadillac Fleetwood 12 second E.T. 1/4 mile.


1959 Chevy Fleetside pick-up truck, "Tree House."


Dodge Corenette "Speck Car."


3" cannon ball fortress cannon.


Wheelstander "Decoy" and Memorial.


The "before" Heartbeat Harley.


The only original running Supercharged 1935 Graham 4-door left on the planet.


The "Economy sized" 1935 Graham.

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*** These pages are a Tribute to my first cool website - HarleyHeartbeat.com ***
I thought you might enjoy checking out what
it used to look like...