1977 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos
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Harley-Davidson Touring description
1977 Harley-Davidson FLH Shovelhead. 74 cubic inch stock motor with S&S Super E carburetor. Electronic ignition and belt drive primary. Stock 4 speed transmission with kicker.
Engine and frame numbers match. Custom candy Teal and Ivory paint. Original non-painted fairing, saddlebags and tour pak. Runs, shifts and rides great. Original speedo shows 35031 miles, new speedo shows 7836 miles.
Please look at photos for condition – lots of extra chrome. A few scrapes and dings here and there – looks good for a 39 year old Harley.
Selling for a sick friend. I don’t have all of the answers but please ask all questions. I’ll get the answers. Additional photos available.
Buyer must pick up from my driveway.
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Moto blogTue, 21 Aug 2012
For 2013 Harley’s Dyna Street Bob gets updated styling treatments that further promote the production-level bobber’s no-nonsense image. In addition to the restyling, the Street Bob joins the 1200 Custom as one of two bikes available for Harley’s web-based customization program known as H-D1. “Our focus for the Street Bob is always on street appeal,” Harley-Davidson’s Styling Manager Tony Pink said in a release.Thu, 22 Mar 2012
Harley-Davidson Museum today posted on its Facebook page a selection of photos it received as part of collection of images and memorabilia donated by a former Harley employee. According to the Facebook post former H-D employee Bob Jameson donated “ two scrapbooks, numerous photographs, news clippings and other company related materials” for the museum’s collection. Jameson, following in his father’s footsteps, worked for The Motor Company, and in 1960 helped develop a motorcycle suited for use in the Vietnam war.Mon, 09 Feb 2009
A number of manufacturers have tinkered with various three-wheeled motorcycle applications over the years. Companies like Piaggio, Can-Am, Brudeli and even Harley-Davidson have produced unique trikes with ranging levels of success. The Wesll Corporation is attempting to do one better, literally, as it develops a four-wheeled mechanism that could be applied to many different kinds of bikes.
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