harley davidson duo-glide
harley davidson wl45
engine - 739cc, side-valve, vee-twin top speed - 68mph horsepower - 24.5bhp @ 4600rpm frame - tubular single cradle, rigid rear end brakes - drum/drum transmission - 3-speed
harley davidson xlcr
engine - 997.5cc, air-cooled, ohv, 45 degree, vee-twin top speed - 120mph (192kph) horsepower - 61bhp @ 6200rpm dry weight - 235kg (520lb) bore x stroke - 81 x 96.8mm transmission - 4-speed final drive - triplex chain wheelbase - 1485mm (58.5in) standing quarter mile - 13.9sec date of launch - 1976 gallery
1905 harley belt drive single
1911 harley davidson model 7a
harley davidson belt drive single.
1914 harley davidson v-twin
1915 harley-davidson 11f, 1000cc
1915 harley-davidson 11j, 989cc
vintage harleys all look pretty much the same to the casual beholder, but to the enthusiast a 1915 model is outstandingly interesting: it combines some features of the veteran period such as the angular petrol tank and the pedals, with modernities as a three speed countershaft gearbox and electric lighting. what makes this particular motorcycle even more attractive is its fabulous unrestored condition: most of the original paintwork and nickel are still prominent on the machine, which must have had some very careful owners. a very authentic machine, equipped with period corbin speedometer.
1916 harley davidson 8 valve boardtrack racer
1916 harley davidson v-twin
1916 harley-davidson 16-f, 989cc
1917 harley-davidson 1000 racer
Harley Davidson Model J Combination
1919 harley davidson 1000 f
1919 harley davidson model j
rare post-wwi bike. this 1919 is a 2 cylinder j model. it is all original and is restored right down to the hugo horn. the cylinders, head light, tail light, rods, push rods and some other parts are nickel plated. the harley emblem is hand painted. the bike is painted in original draft green colour. this bike has two seats. it has a 1919 pennsylvania license plate.
1920 harley davidson
this harley davidson is a prototype designed by cometa restorations.. this inspired one is the harley davidson kr fast roadster 1915.
1920 harley-davidson 20-f, 989cc
1920 harley-davidson 20j, 989cc
1921 harley-davidson 21-fs, 989cc
although this machine was manufactured in 1921, it was actually only sold in britain in 1924. in the twenties it was customary that harleys that were imported in britain were equipped with british-built sidecars, lighting systems etcetera. hence the non-factory sidecar and lucas acetylene set. this nicely restored vintage hd comes complete with corbin speedometer and genuine british top-tube mounted horn.
1922 harley davidson 1200cc racer
this racing model was built from 1914 to 1924. image provided by www.buyvintage.co.uk.
1923 harley-davidson 23-f, 989cc
it took the harley-davidson co. about 12 years to develop their motorcycles from a single cylinder belt driven single 3 hp machine to the 45 degree v-twin with 3-speed countershaft gearbox that was marketed in 1915. this sturdy 989 cc (84x89mm) machine became a popular choice for motorcycle buyers all over the world, private enthusiasts as well as police forces, postal sevices and other government bodies. the ohv inlet, side valve exhaust concept was used till 1930, when hd chose the full sidevalve engine concept. hd’s became famous for their power, comfort and reliability.
1925 harley-davidson 25-fdcb, 1212cc
in the early twenties a 1212 cc version (bore x stroke 87.4x101.6mm)was brought out. with this model the machine weight grew from 366 lb in 1924 to 420 lb in 1929. hd's became famous for their power, comfort and reliability. there is still magic in the name, just as it was 75 years ago!
1925 harley-davidson 25-fh, 989cc
1925 harley-davidson 25-je, 989cc
1926 harley model j
1926 harley-davidson 26-b, 350cc
1926 harley davidson 26b 350cc s.v. model twenty one was introduced in 1925 and it was mainly produced for the export market; it was the lowest price harley at the time. this model b is the luxury model with full electric lighting.
1927 harley davidson model j
1927 harley-davidson 27j, 989cc
1928 harley-davidson 28-b, 350cc
model 28-b was introduced in 1925 and it was mainly produced for the export market; it was the lowest price harley at the time. this model b is the luxury model with full electric lighting.
1928 harley-davidson 28-jdh, 1200cc
there was a 61 ci ( 1000 cc ) jh version and a 74 ci( 1200 cc ) jdh model. the timing gear case had a distinctive peanut shape, which made it easily recognizable as a two cam. the two cams used a direct action valve gear; the machines were very fast and differed in a number of respects from standard models: fuels tanks were narrower, front forks were specially forged and the wheels were 18 in diameter instead of 20.
1928 harley-davidson 28j, 989cc
1929 harley davidson
1929 harley davidson model j
the first of the 60.3 cubic inch j series twins appeared in 1915, offering 60 mph performance and the luxury of electric lights. a comprehensive mechanical redesign occurred for the 1920 and was followed by the adoption of a new frame design for 1925 whilst styling and mechanical refinements appeared with each season launch. by 1929 when this example was built, harley davidson were fitting a front brake as standard to their machines and offered five versions of the 61 including a specialist sidecar model and a sports variant with narrower tanks and smaller tyres. the machine offered is an example of the standard j model which utilised the 17 bhp motor. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
1929 harley-davidson 29-dl, 750cc
1930 harley davidson 1200 sidecar
1930 harley davidson 1200 vl vintage
1930 harley-davidson v, 1208cc
1931 harley davidson c-single
this was a proven harley davidson with real racehistory. board tracker single in the 1930's.
1931 harley-davidson 31-v, 1200cc
model 31-v solo 74ci medium compression flathead v-twin with three speed transmission.
1932 harley davidson r32
1932 harley-davidson 32-b, 350cc
the 350cc model was the cheapest model from the hd range. during the depression years it was a popular choice for people who wanted reliable and cheap transport.
1934 harley davidson vld
1934 harley-davidson 34-vld, 1200cc
1935 harley davidson vd
this is an ultra-rare 1935 police bike with sidecar.
1936 harley davidson vlh
1936 harley-davidson 36r, 750cc
1937 harley knucklehead ohv twin
1938 harley-davidson 38-u, 1200cc
1940 harley-davidson 40-el, 989cc
model e knucklehead - named after the shape of the polished aluminium rocker shaft covers- was a slow success for harley. they sold just 152 of them in 1936, out of a planned production of 1,600; and only 126 in 1937. then, in april 1937, fred ham, a pasadena motorcycle police officer took his own, carefully-broken-in model e to muroc dry lake (now known as edwards air force base). he outlined a five-mile circle with flags and flare-pots for round-the-clock riding. stopping only for fuel, oil, fruit juice, and to change a broken rear chain in the 20th hour, ham completed 1,825 miles, averaging 76.02mph. he set 43 new speed and distance records for himself and harley-davidson's model e, single-handedly founding the legend of the knuckleheads. the engine has a power output of 37 hp @ 4800 rpm which gives the machine a top speed of 100mph.
1940 harley-davidson 40-wla, 750cc
1940's harley davidson side valve
harley-davidson side valve, genuine wwii machine in its original unrestored condition.
1941 harley wl45
1942 harley davidson wla
1942 harley davidson wlc canadain military harley 45
1942 harley knucklehead
1942 harley davidson, hardtail, springer. 74 c.i. knucklehead motor.
1942 harley-davidson 42-u, 1200cc
1942 harley-davidson wla, 750cc
Harley Davidson 750 WLA
Harley Davidson WLA
1943 harley wla, 750cc
1943 harley-davidson wlc, 750cc
1944 harley davidson knucklehead
Harley Davidson Knucklehead E61 ci
1945 harley-davidson 45-ul, 1200cc
1945 harley-davidson 45wl, 750cc
1946 harley-davidson flathead ul 80ci
Harley Davidson Knucklehead
Harley Davidson WL-45
1947 harley davidson knucklehead
1947 harley davidson knucklehead
1947 harley davidson knucklehead
this bike was raced in seattle area hillclimbs in the early 1970's. in classic hillclimber style, the bike was lightened up with a hydraulic front end and different rear fender. the large rear sprocket also helped to get the bike ""up the hill."" this bike still has the roller chain on the rear wheel, which was another asset in trying to get up the hill. the bike was bought in 1971 from jack wadkins who was an expert class c rider. the tuner for the bike was john martinolich who was the class c professional hill climb champion in the 40's and 50's.
1947 harley davidson ul flathead
1947 harley-davidson el
1947 harley-davidson liberator wla, 750cc
1947 harley-davidson model f
1948 harley davidson wl
1948 harley davidson wr
this bike was raced back in the early 1970's in seattle area hillclimbing events.
1948 harley-davidson 48-u, 1200cc
1949 harley davidson 49fl hydra glide
1949 harley davidson wl flathead
1951 harley davidson panhead
1952 harley davidson 125
number produced: 4576 number known in existence: 46 engine: single-cylinder two-stroke, generator, 125cc <u>dimensions</u> wheel base: 51-1/2 in. overall length: 81 in. overall width: 28-1/2 in. <u>capacities</u> fuel tank: 1-3/4 u.s. gallons transmission: 1-1/4 pints <u>engine</u> number of cylinders: 1 type: 2 cycle horsepower: 3.5 piston displacement: 10.1 cu. in. (125 cc) compression ratio: 6.6 to 1 <u>transmission</u><u> </u>type: constant mesh speeds: 3 forward image provided by www.tomgrayvintagecollectibles.com.
1952 harley davidson panhead
88"" s/s stroker pistons .050 over compression 9.5 to 1 s/s b grind cam solid lifters outside oiler heads 12v electrical system disc brakes front and rear 1 1/2"" belt drive
1953 harley davidson flh panhead
1953 harley davidson vl
harley davidson introduced a telescopic fork to their 61 and 74 cubic inch twins during 1949, giving machines thus equipped the title hydra-glide, interestingly, the loss of indian as a major rival and the combination of a sprung saddle, telescopic forks, long wheelbase and balloon tyres led harley to dismiss the need for rear springing until 1958 and the introduction of the duo-glide series. the hydra-glides are arguably the most attractive of harley's post war tourers with clean flowing lines. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
1954 harley davidson kh
1956 harley davidson khk
1956 harley panhead police special
1957 harley davidson panhead
1959 Harley Davidson 165cc Tele Glide
1959 harley davidson model 165
these are often mistaked for hummers, but the hummers are 125 cc. this is the big brother at 165 cc. it is a two stroke hardtail motorcycle with a sprung saddle and front telescopic forks. this bike has the optional hi fi red paint that is a metallic deep red. the wheel size is 18"". this bike is restored and everything on her is correct for the 1959 year. picture kindly provided by www.nemusclebikes.com more info...
Harley Davidson Duo Glide Panhead
Harley Davidson FL
Harley Davidson FL
1961 Harley Davidson Duo Glide
1961 harley davidson fl
1961 harley davidson fl7
1961 harley davidson kr flat track racer
1962 harley davidson duo glide
1962 harley davidson ranger
165cc. these bikes were only produced in 1962, 1 0f 182 made.the ranger was a stripped down version that came with no front fender, speedo, or lighting kit. it has a 84-tooth rear sprocket, making the gear ratio very low. again, this bike is a mint restoration, painted in hi-fi green. it also has thecorrect, very hard to find goodyear grasshopperfront tire and the continental sport knobby rear tyre.
1963 harley davidson hardtail
panhead motor and transmission.
1964 harley davidson pacer
1965 harley 250 sprint
this powerful little motor bike was made in italy (by italians) at what once was ""aeronautica macchi"" until 1961 when hd bought 50% to create ""aermacchi harley davidson"". this may well explain why the kick stand is on the right side and the kick starter is on the left. as we all know italians are almost all left handed (and legged to be sure). picture kindly provided by www.nemusclebikes.com
1965 harley davidson aermacchi 250 sprint
1965 harley xl sportster
1966 harley davidson electra glide
1966 harley davidson sportster
1966 harley davidson sportster, 883cc
Harley-Davidson Touring Electra Glide
1967 harley davidson xlch 900 sportster
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 116mph 214kg drum brakes 4 speed 60bhp @ 6800rpm gallery
Harley Davidson Electra Glide
1969 harley davidson 125cc rapido dirt bike
1969 harley davidson 69fl
1969 harley davidson electra glide
1969 harley davidson shovelhead
1969 harley davidson sportster xlh
1969 harley davidson ss350 sprint
1970 harley davidson m65 leggero
1970 harley davidson servicar
1970 harley davidson ss175
1970 harley davidson touring sportster
touring sportster 900 electric start, hd bags, blinkers, windshield, crash bars, 1970 only boat tail, grab rail and passing lamps. all decked out with factory options for the 4 gallon touring 900 xlh. classic is rare with the fiberglass tail section made in the hd tomahawk plant for this bike 1 year before the 1971 fx superglide had one. this bike is willie g's first factory custom.
1971 harley davidson rapido mls
1971 harley sportster
this beautiful sportster is very close to how it left the show room in 1971. by this time the xlh had a windshield, fiberglass bags from the tommahawk plant, white seat with an aluminum grab bar, turtle gas tank and no spare kicker picture kindly provided by www.nemusclebikes.com
Harley Davidson Servi Trike
1972 harley davidson 125 rapido enduro
1972 harley davidson sportster xl1000
1972 harley davidson sr100
1972 harley davidson sx350
Harley Davidson Electra Glide
Harley Davidson XR750
C&J twin shock oil-in frame. Durelle wheels, Ceriani 42mm forks. Weiss billet clamps, clutch actuator, pegs, and exhaust brackets. Progressive 418 billet shocks. Reverse shift tranny (stomp-o-matic). Grimeca brakes. Motoplat ignition. Branch dual plug heads. Supertrapp exhaust. Flat slide Mikuni's with K&N's. Murphree Vortex bars. New Grand Prix glass.
1973 harley davidson flh
1973 harley davidson sst 250
air cooled, two stroke, single cylinder 85mph 45mpg 114kg 5 speed
1973 harley davidson z90
1974 harley davidson xl1000
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 244kg 4 speed 70bhp @ 5600rpm
1974 harley sportster
engine cases, primary cover, rocker housings. polished chrome plating on oil tank, lower fork legs, head light and housings, rear brake housing and most all hardware. billet front brake caliper and fuel petcock, drilled front disc, stainless braided brake line, progressive rear shocks, engine rebuilt to stock with mikuni hs40 carburetor,kn air filter, staggered dual exhaust, dunlop tires, custom danny gray seat, electric start.
Harley Davidson TX125
Harley Havidson FL
1975 amf harley davidson h6 ss250
1975 harley davidson fl electra glide, 1200cc
1975 harley davidson fxe 1200 super glide
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 225kg 108mph 47mpg single disc brakes 4 speed 65bhp @ 5500rpm
1975 harley davidson sx 175
air cooled, two stroke, single cylinder 127kg drum brakes kick start
Harley Davidson Ironhead 1000cc Sportster
Harley Davidson MX250 Prototype
Image kindly provided by rmdmotors.com
1976 harley davidson 1200 fxe shovelhead
the bike is a 4 speed, wide glide front end, 21 wheel, custom fl front and rear fenders, drag bars, recently replaced straight drag pipes, lowered progressive shocks, molded frame, kick and electric start, s&s carb.
1976 harley davidson ss175
Harley Davidson Sportster
1978 harley davidson fl
1978 harley-davidson fl with a shovelhead motor, electric/kickstart, dual spark plug heads/ignition, s & s oil pump, s & s ""super b"" carburetor, chrome swingarm, 4 quart capacity chrome horseshoe oil tank, braided stainless oil/brake lines, lepera solo seat dovetail rear fender, 21"" front tire, wide-glide front end, wilwood rear brake caliper, detachable windshield, new paint, new clutch.
1978 harley davidson fxs 1200 low rider
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 98mph 47mpg 220kg 4 speed the fxs low rider's low-slung idle, flat drag-bars, and cast wheels formed perfect combination of style and function, it would become the second most produced model for 1978. while the 1977 editions were sold in only the gray paint with red tank trim, the 1978 could be had with a contrasting two-tone scheme of black and silver. improvements to the valve train were implemented in the middle of 1978.
1978 harley davidson sportster
1978 harley-davidson touring flh shovel head
Harley Davidson SX250
1979 harley davidson cle classic sidecar
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv 28mpg 81mph 4 speed 58bhp @ 5000rpm
1979 harley davidson sst250
1980 harley davidson flt
Harley Davidson FXWG 1340 Shovelhead
1981 harley davidson flt 1340
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 336kg 5 speed 70bhp @ 5800rpm the entire line of harley motorcycles, including the new flt, received an improved electronic ignition. the big twin model was built on an all-new frame that included compressible motor mounts to reduce vibration felt by the rider. a frame-mounted fairing held a pair of round headlights behind the domed cover. the new flt weighed in at 725 pounds before fluids were added. in 1981, the motor company was sold back to those who truly cared about the product, not just producing as many units as possible. not only did the management team remove amf from the letterhead, but also pulled the 74inch shovelhead motor from the option sheet.
1981 harley davidson fxe-f-80 fat bob
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 105mph 49mpg 256kg 4 speed 70bhp @ 5800rpm
1982 harley davidson flhs 1340 electra glide sport
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 343kg 5 speed 65bhp @ 5000rpm
1982 harley davidson flhtc 1340 electra glide classic
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 336kg 5 speed 50bhp @ 4000rpm
1982 harley davidson fxb 1340 sturgis
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 278kg 67bhp @ 5800rpm creating a special model to commemorate the annual pilgrimage to the black hills in south dakota, the fxb sturgis served the motor company well. the classic black paint with red trim seemed timeless and a perfect tip of the hat to the rally. the dual-belt design was still in use on the 1982 models, and had proven itself a durable option to the chain drive still in use on most other motorcycles. all good things must end, and 1982 was to be the final year for the fxb sturgis model. not gone forever, it would reappear in the 1990s.
Harley Davidson XLS 1000 Sportster
Rare 25th anniversary XLS Harley Sportster.
1983 harley davidson fxrt 1340 sport glide
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 97mph 35mpg 5 speed single disc brakes 58bhp @ 5000rpm
1983 harley davidson xlx-61
1984 harley davidson flhx street glide
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 338kg 5 speed 50bhp @ 4000rpm
1984 harley davidson sportster
1985 harley davidson xclh ironhead
Harley Davidson Electra Glide
1986 harley davidson flstc 1340 heritage softail classic
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv 58bhp @ 5000rpm 5 speed 295kg disc brakes
1986 harley davidson fxr 1340 super glide
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 250kg 5 speed single disc brakes 58bhp @ 5000rpm
1986 harley davidson fxrs 1340 low rider sport
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 285kg 5 speed single disc brakes 54bhp @ 5000rpm
1986 harley davidson fxstc 1340 softail custom
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 280kg single disc brakes 5 speed 54bhp @ 5000rpm
1986 harley davidson rs883 flattrack
flat track racing has inevitably been viewed as harley davidson's domain, with the company achieving a succession of number 1 plates over the years. when foreign machinery has threatened to brake the harley dominance the sports governing body has interceded with rule changes designed to restore the american products advantage. in recent years honda have posed the greatest threat until rule changes effectively forced their withdrawal form the sport. the rs883 followed continued the tradition established by the xr750. derived from the road going sportster, the engine was housed in a special frame equipped with purpose designed suspension. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
1986 harley davidson xl 883 sportster
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 221kg single disc brakes 4 speed 40bhp @ 4000rpm
1987 harley davidson fxlr 1340 low rider custom
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 275kg 5 speed 50bhp @ 4000rpm
1988 harley davidson 1200 sportster
1988 harley davidson flhs 1340 electra glide
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. 332kg 5 speed 50bhp @ 4000rpm
1988 harley davidson flhtc 1340 electra glide classic 85th anniversary
air cooled, four stroke, 45° v-twin, ohv, 2 valves per cylinder. limited run of 150 bikes 50bhp @ 4000rpm 336kg 5 speed the 1988 harley-davidson flhtc electra glide classic was built to commemorate the company’s 85th anniversary. on the surface, that may not sound like a terribly significant milestone. but in fact, it may have been the company’s most important anniversary - ranking ahead of 2003's gala 100th anniversary celebration.
1988 harley davidson fxr1340
Harley Davidson FLHS Electra Glide Sport
Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide
This bike is a 1989 model, imported from Florida in 1990.