1977 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
Up for auction is a 1977 Harley Davidson Shovel Head Motor Cycle.
It is about 90 % restored. My husband has enjoyed riding it for years, but due to a back injury,
is no longer able to ride this bad boy. It is big, mean, heavy & very powerful. Not for a novice rider, very old school.
***CLEAR STATE OF NEVADA TITLE*** see photo.
*Frame, gas tank & fenders are all newly powder coated black.
*Completely re wired.
*New Back Tire
*New Primary Case
*New S & S Carb.
*New 19" High Rise Handle Bars
*New Gas Tank
*New Electric Starter
*New Large Oil Filter
*New Side Mirrors
*New Gas Tank
*New Rear Fender
*New Drag Pipes
& lots more, ......
*****The start switch & rear brake do need to be replaced*****
---ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK---
*$500 deposit is required at time of purchase through EBAY**
**Balance can be paid in ONLY 2 WAYS***
- Bank Cashiers Check or Cash Money,
*The Cashiers Check will need to completely clear the bank before the bike is released to the new
owner or the transportation driver.
***Transportation is not handled by us***** *** You handle the transportation in entirety***
*** We will not pay the "transportation driver" who picks up the bike for you. You take care of that..no exceptions.
**This bike is "AS-IS" condition.**
Harley-Davidson Other for Sale
Moto blogFri, 13 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Newly-released footage from a police cruiser’s dashboard camera shows the car rear-ending a couple on a motorcycle. Ohio State Police are investigating the Aug. 17 crash which resulted in serious but non-life-threatening injuries to Beavercreek, Ohio, residents Corey Waldman and his wife Amy Waldman.Tue, 05 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Bred in America, built in India the new Revolution X platform is meant to be Harley’s new price point model. The two motorcycles feature the new liquid-cooled Revolution X engine, a narrow, agile chassis with a low seat height (26.3 inches), new suspension, a wide handlebar and minimalist styling. Not all markets will get both engine sizes, but the U.S. will. The 500 costs $6700 and the 750 is $7500.Mon, 17 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
In anticipation of Harley-Davidson announcing its third-quarter performance in 2011 Forbes.com expects Harley will reveal its third straight quarter of sales growth. The article says that financial analysts expect “earnings of $0.76 per share, up 47.4% from the same quarter of last year.” Additionally, an 18.8% gain in revenues is expected. Interestingly, the article refers to Harley’s motorcycles as “luxury items,” and as such sees Harley’s increased sales and profit as a possible harbinger of an improving U.S.
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