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1980 Harley-davidson Other on 2040-motos

US $9,500.00
YearYear:1980 MileageMileage:10 ColorColor: Unpainted

Pacifica, California, United States

Pacifica, California, United States
1980 Harley-Davidson Other, US $9,500.00, image 1

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Harley-Davidson Other tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,340 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Harley-Davidson Other description

Shovelhead bobber/chopper. Bike started out as a super clean, good running, numbers matching 1980 FXEF. This was NOT a put together or a crashed bike. Won 1 local show so far. Bike alone was 6000. You will get a crowd wherever you park the bike. People will follow you and ask you to pull over to check out the bike. 
Bike runs great, and is super fun! starts at 2-3 kicks sometimes even once. Clean title, matching numbers, current registration. I'm selling because I'm moving  and cannot take any of my bikes.

Hardtail bolted on from papa clutch
600-16 rear tire
550-18 front tire
Almost new everything - tank, oil tank, battery box, battery, kick kit, primary cover and gaskets, carb, coil, regulator, exhaust, fork, tires, seat, seat cowl, headlight.
Exhaust - I made these exhaust and professionally tig welded
Pegs and foot controls frisco style - I made these pegs and levers and the brake system 
Oil tank - I made this out of a kit
Battery box - I made a battery box that fits a on antigravity 12 cell lithium battery
Seat - I formed the seat and had it custom upholstered
Seat cowl - I made this cowl and professionally tig welded
Coil cover - made from BMW r100 valve cover.

Internal wiring where possible. The bike rides great and super fun. I was considering replacing the front tire with a 450-18 Firestone to make it more turn friendly. Rides cushy for a hardtail because of the fat tires. I really don't want to sell this bike. There are a lot of handmade parts on the bike and countless hours put in it. I have a couple of videos so please send me a number or email and I will send them to you. I took this bike to show at born free and got a lot of crowds and positive comments. Bottom line it's a bar hopper/show bike. You'll have to do a couple of things to make it long ride worthy. I rode it around for long rides 300 miles being the longest before I took it apart so drive train is excellent. Let me know if you have any questions. I will ship anywhere. Shipping and handling cost is the responsibility of the buyer. I can take the bike to the port of call after full payment. Please call, email or text before bidding. 619-200-2582. 
0 feedback bidders not allowed, I will cancel your bid. 

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