1968 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
1968 Atomic Custom chopper! This bike was built for the Motorcycles as Art display at the Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, SD. It will also be featured in an upcoming issue of Easyriders magazine. This bike has only been ridden 2 times for shakedown/test and tune. It is currently on display at the Holter Museum of art in Helena, Montana.
*OEM motor with 84" internals, the best of everything. Built by Randall Nelson. Morris magneto, S&S E carb, Cycle Electric generator. Engraved rocker boxes, aircleaner cover, and cam cover.
* Rivera/Primo belt drive with pro clutch tucked inside a Phares Cycle Parts cast aluminum primary (also engraved).
*OEM ratchet top 4 speed trans also completely rebuilt by Randall Nelson. Engraved kicker cover
* Phares Cycle Parts 2 over narrow I beam springer mated to a stock spec straight leg frame.
* High shoulder aluminum wheels. 21" spool up front and 16" star hub out back. * Custom king and queen seat. Custom pullback "rabbit ear" bars. Custom foot controls. Custom sissy bar.
In business since 2003, my reputation has grown through honest, hard work and integrity. I take immense pride in my workmanship and have customers all over the globe. My no-nonsense bikes are built to ride and reliability and durability are my hallmark.
Please call me at 4069801244 to discuss details. Thanks for looking. *I CAN DELIVER THIS TO THE DAVID MANN CHOPPERFEST NEXT MONTH*
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Harley-Davidson is on a bit of a hiring spree following its Project LiveWire announcement, posting several new engineering job listings to work on the company’s electric motorcycle. In the week since Harley-Davidson announced Project LiveWire, the Motor Company has posted several open positions on its online job board calling for applicants with a background in electric vehicles and electromechanical engineering. Discuss this at our Harley-Davidson LiveWire Forum.
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