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1960 Harley-davidson Topper on 2040-motos

US $4,500.00
YearYear:1960 MileageMileage:7

Longwood, Florida, United States

Longwood, Florida, United States
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Harley-Davidson Topper photos

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Harley-Davidson Topper description

Selling my Harley Davidson Topper scooter. I bought this from the original owner and it's still in very nice original condition with no missing parts. I have the title for it as well in my name. For it's age the scooter is in great original shape, original paint and parts and has been stored inside. Scooter hasn't been started or ridden around on for about a year now so I don't think it will take much to get it up and running again. I did put it away when I last rode it with an empty tank so there's no bad gas in it.  I just don't use it.  I tried to take as many pictures as I could to show how original the bike is, even has the original Harley Davidson hand grips.  This would make a great bike for someone getting in to the hobby or for a Harley Davidson collector that wants to have a rare piece of Harley history.  Harley only made scooters for about four years so there's not many of these around anymore.

A $500 deposit is due via PayPal to purchase.  I will assist with shipping, but you must make the arrangements and pay for shipping.  I cannot crate it.  If you are picking it up cash is the only way to pay for it.  Checks are OK but they must clear the bank before the scooter departs.

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