1947 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
We found this bike in NY. The guys grandfather had given him the engine and transmission so he thought he would build a chopper, but never completed it. The engine was recently rebuilt and runs / starts great. The cases are matching numbers and there are no cracks or welds that I can see. There is one broken fin see pictures. It has a 12 volt gen, M35 carb, belt drive primary and auto advance distributor. The transmission is date coded Oct 1946 J-6, also no cracks or welds I can see, it is a ratchet top. It is a Santee frame roller kit from Custom Chrome, with wide glide front end, that will accept a knuckle, pan, shovel or evo motor. There are no brakes on bike. We decided not to fix brakes because most buyers would probably remove engine and transmission from bike. If you want to ride as a bobber the rear wheel will need to be properly spaced and a caliper bracket installed. I will not separate engine/trans from frame. We have an Massachusetts title to engine in my name.
Ask any Questions. Steve 413-668-6353 see you tube video https://youtu.be/uOuYMWVnZn0
$500.00 nonrefundable deposit due within 24 hours, remainder cash or bank check. Payment must clear before bike leaves. Shipping is up to you. We can help get to shipper for a fee.
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Harley-Davidson reported 15.9%† increase in motorcycle revenue despite selling 9.1% fewer motorcycles over the first quarter of 2013. According to the company’s first quarter 2013 report, Harley-Davidson recorded revenues of $1.15 billion from motorcycle sales, compared to $995.9 million in the same quarter of 2012. At the same time, Harley-Davidson sold 54,254 motorcycles worldwide over the first quarter, down from 59,677 motorcycles in the same period last year.Fri, 26 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
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