1951 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
1951 Harley Davidson Panhead Chopper
Very Clean, Runs Really Well... Kicks easy, shifts smooth..
4 Speed ratchet top. Invader front..
Only issue is it has a Special Construction title.. BUT its PRICED TO SELL and RIDE!!
Hop and and cruise.
Text for a video of it kicked over and running. 701-317-1207
This is an OLD survivor, NO WARRANTY and AS IN!!!!!! Its PRICED TO SELL!!
I can recommend shippers and help assist at buyers expense.
Harley-Davidson Other for Sale
Moto blogTue, 10 Feb 2009
Back in July of ’08 Motorcycle.com announced that The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum and Nationwide Insurance were working together to mark July as Women’s Motorcycle Month in order to honor the contribution made to history by female riders. This May, Harley-Davidson is staging a series of events in order to celebrate women on two wheels by declaring May, “Women Riders Month.” Some of the Harley-Davidson Women Riders Month initiatives will include special rides in New York City and Milwaukee as well as an attempt to grace the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest number of women motorcycle riders trained in one weekend. Harley-Davidson dealerships will also be hosting women-only Garage Parties, which consist of informal meetings in an unintimidating environment where women can learn about motorcycling.Fri, 18 Jan 2013
As 2013 marks Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary, this year’s H-D lineup will have a special ode to the occasion, just like past anniversary models. To commemorate this event, the Harley-Davidson Museum is giving visitors a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the design and planning process that supports its legendary anniversary celebrations in its latest exhibit, Designing a Celebration, opening Friday, Jan. 18.Tue, 03 Jul 2012
The Made in the USA Foundation has named Zero Motorcycles to its 2012 Hall of Fame class, recognizing the electric motorcycle manufacturer’s commitment to American manufacturing. Zero Motorcycles, founded in 2006 in Santa Cruz, Calif., by former NASA engineer Neal Saiki, becomes the second motorcycle manufacturer named to the Foundation’s Hall of Fame. Harley-Davidson was inducted in 2011.
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