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!
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Moto blogThu, 09 Feb 2012
The Harley-Davidson Museum is opening a new exhibit dedicated to an iconic piece of motorcycle culture: the black leather jacket. The “Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket“ exhibit will showcase the ubiquitous article from many riders’ wardrobe.The exhibit includes over 100 artifacts including jackets designed by fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier and Gianni Versace, as well as jackets worn by celebrities such as Elvis Presley. “The leather jacket symbolizes different things for each person who wears it, whether they are a motorcyclist, celebrity or a top designer,” says Bill Davidson, vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum.Thu, 08 May 2014
Margie Siegal, former columnist for IronWorks Magazine and motorcycle enthusiast has written a book on the history of the world’s most famous motorcycle, Harley-Davidson. Entitled, Harley-Davidson: A History of the World’s Most Famous Motorcycle, the book ties together the mechanical evolution of the Harley engines, the social history of Harley and the beautiful visuals associated with Harleys in design, advertising, artful photography and collectibles. Harley-Davidson are words that evoke the open American road and the “Made in America” tradition like no others.Mon, 09 Jan 2012
Lehman Trikes announced the passing of its founder and director, John K. Lehman, from heart failure brought on by an embolism. The 2009 Sturgis Hall of Fame member died Jan.
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