1952 Harley-davidson Kh on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson KH description
I hate to do it but too many projects
and life happens.
1952/1954 K & KH Harley Davidson
750 & 900
The factory race bike in the glory days
Rare is an understatement. 2 year only bikes!
these guys are non existent these days
but were once the kings of the track
Here you have my project collection
that was going to be a faithful flat track
replica. I have two complete engines
one needs some case repair and has a TON
of parts to complete. including timers, carb,
triples, brackets, air cleaners, cables, parts book.
Also included is a Cerani front end in GREAT
shape.... these alone go for a mint. Bits and bobs,
nuts and bolts some NOS some crusty. My loss
is your gain. Great winter project. ARMA
here we come. Give this old gal the love she
deserves. I will provide a bill of sale & T22b form with sale.
thanks for looking.
call/txt/smoke signal/sign language/2nd amendment
Any questions feel free
Moto blogMon, 19 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The Harley-Davidson Fat Bob is returning for 2014 with a new blacked-out look as the latest model to get H-D’s Dark Custom look. The new, darker Fat Bob features a number of blacked-out components including the powertrain and air cleaner cover, rear shock covers, triple clamps, headlight trim, console and battery box cover. The machined aluminum slotted disc wheels have also been received a black powdercoated finish as well as a laser-ingraved Harley-Davidson logo and rim stripe.Mon, 17 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
In anticipation of Harley-Davidson announcing its third-quarter performance in 2011 Forbes.com expects Harley will reveal its third straight quarter of sales growth. The article says that financial analysts expect “earnings of $0.76 per share, up 47.4% from the same quarter of last year.” Additionally, an 18.8% gain in revenues is expected. Interestingly, the article refers to Harley’s motorcycles as “luxury items,” and as such sees Harley’s increased sales and profit as a possible harbinger of an improving U.S.Tue, 22 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
It’s almost automatic every time we write about Harley-Davidson that the company’s critics jump out to say how its bikes are heavy or assembled from parts bin leftovers or technologically decades behind its competitors. What these naysayers either forget or completely ignore is that Harley-Davidson motorcycles continue to sell. In its first quarter 2014 financial report, Harley-Davidson reported a 5.8% increase in motorcycle sales including 3.0% in the U.S.
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