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1966 Harley-davidson Shovelhead on 2040-motos

$14,500
YearYear:1966 MileageMileage:600 ColorColor: Vivid Black
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TypeType:Classic / Vintage PhonePhone:(248) 755-7116

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1966 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead , 1966 Harley-Davidson FL 4 Speed Kick Start. Bike usually starts up on first couple kicks, engine runs perfect, and transmission shifts smoothly through all the gears. This entire bike was rebuilt approximately 2 years ago, and has about 600 miles on freshly rebuilt motor, and new transmission. Brand new AGM maintenance free Yuasa battery 2 month ago, brand new High Gloss - Vivid Black paint last month, using high quality PPG paint, and 3 coats of $750/gallon high end clear coat, frame has been powder coated. Engine professionally rebuilt featuring new Wiseco pistons & rings, all seals, retaining clips, connecting rod bearings, and cages are also new, ported heads, valves are done, all new Crane performance springs, push rods and covers are new, flywheels trued, and balanced. New oil pump, transmission is brand new quality aftermarket rachet top 4 speed, new kicker kit, new clutch plates, brand new Cycle Electric generator, and black finned voltage regulator, new S & S - Super E carb., new automatic advance distributor, brand new chrome wheels, and new Avon tires, new speedometer, new dual front disc brake calipers, rotors, new rear chrome disc brake caliper, and rotor, stainless steel braided oil lines, stainless steel braided and clear coated brake lines, new late model chrome handlebar controls with buttons, so that it could be wired for turn signals, and/or electric start, new chrome rear shocks, and as you can see from the pictures, most of everything else on the bike is either new, or in excellent condition, new chrome plated inner primary, and brand new black outer primary cover, with chrome inspection covers, new foot boards, all new foot pegs, and chrome mounts, handlebars, and grips, brand new clutch and trottle cables, new headlamp, taillight, spot lamps, wiring, horn, brand new chrome rear sprocket, and new top of the line Diamond's nickel plated o-ring chain. Brand new custom Larosa Design made high grade leather matching set of Black Alligator pattern solo seat, removable rear pillion, and tool bag. An older windshield, that is in good condition, and has another leather pouch attached to it, also comes with the bike, if you want it. Please contact me for any additional details, pictures, or videos. $13,500.00 2487557116

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