1964 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
You are bidding on a numbers-matching 1964 Panhead. All stock except a repaint some years ago. Strong runner, starts with 2 primes and 1 kick. Transmission is tight.
New rear tire, new chain and primary chain. Carburetor rebuilt.
Comes with tour pack and fairing (as pictured). Fairing has not been installed since re-paint.
Buyer pays shipping. Will assist in shipping arrangements. Will ship within US only. $1,000.00 deposit immediately, payment in full within 3 business days of auction close. Don't bid if you aren't going to buy.
Contact through EBay for phone number.
Harley-Davidson Other for Sale
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