1973 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
Custom hardtail chopper with approx. 3000 miles on it. Titled as a 1973 Harley Davidson motorcycle Vin 1A21903H3 with a Rolling thunder frame which is great for insurance pricing. Build was done in 2008. Bike is in very good condition although not a brand new custom bike, but hey that's why the price is not $20k. The engine alone brand new is $7100.00. Revtech 4 speed trans with push button electric and kick start. Exile brake sprocket. BDL open primary, Dakota Digital Tach and Speedo. Tires are basically full tread left. Custom Candy paint with ghost flames (hard to see in pic) done in pearl. 45 degree rake with 5 degree trees. Bike is in very good condition as it has always been garage kept. Title is clean and clear no liens . Geico insurance $350 a year for liability coverage of the bike here in Delaware. open to trades for trucks, suvs, rib boats, or concession/snoball trailers.
Mileage is estimated at 3500 due to no odometer. It was a bar hopper motorcycle as riding a hardtail chopper long distances is not very comfortable. I bought it off my friend who was in the military and deployed for a total of 3 years. He barely drove it and I have put maybe 300 miles on it myself...at most!
Harley-Davidson Other for Sale
Moto blogTue, 28 Jan 2014
If you’re the type who likes to stay ultra-organized, even (especially?) while riding your Harley-Davidson bagger, you might want to look at these Warlord saddlebag trays from First Shot Cycle Parts. While the concept of saddlebag trays is nothing new, the Warlord tray is well thought out. Dividers keep all of your small items where you can find them and not buried in the saddlebag. Each tray is lined, comes with removable dividers and all mounting brackets.Mon, 14 Oct 2013
Apparently, elks aren’t too keen on motorcyclists, as the video below demonstrates. This couple, aboard what sounds like a Harley-Davidson (that potato-potato exhaust note is unmistakeable), were riding along in Missoula, Montana when this elk decided he wanted to take the road for himself. As traffic slowed and eventually passed, the elk took a growing interest in the couple on the motorcycle, approaching them.Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Harley-Davidson is recalling 2013-2014 Breakout models, including CVO versions, because the fuel level indication system may not be properly reading the correct amounts of fuel. As of this publishing, recalls have been announced by government agencies in Australia and Canada; the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not yet posted a recall but U.S.-based members of the Harley-DavidsonForums.com report American dealerships have already started receiving recall bulletins. According to a recall announcement by Transport Canada, some Breakout and CVO Breakout models may run out of fuel despite the fuel and range indicators indicating there is still enough fuel in the tank.
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