Harley Davidson

BF Auction: 2003 Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Fat Boy

A Harley-Davidson isn’t merely a motorcycle. Ownership of a Harley provides admission into a community that is among the most supportive of any brand. That is the opportunity awaiting the buyer of this 2003 Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Fat Boy…. more»

All Original 1960 Harley-Davidson Topper

Scooters were fairly popular in post-war America as relatively inexpensive and fun ways to get around, and they’re still a fun way to get into the vintage vehicle hobby without breaking the bank. The seller has this 1960 Harley-Davidson… more»

Italian Harley: 1968 Harley-Davidson M-65 Sport

Fall is the time when a lot of us start thinking about a winter restoration project. Since I know that I’ll never restore a car or truck again, I always think of old motorcycles. The smaller the better for… more»

Retro Before It Was a Thing: 1969 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide

For decades, Harley-Davidson has marketed their motorcycles with the company’s history as their selling point.  While the new lines have strayed from that well-worn path a bit, it is nostalgia that plays an oversized role in the company’s offerings. … more»

Kickstart Only, Magneto Fired: 1969 Harley-Davidson Sportster

I’ve lately been tossing around the idea of getting a motorcycle after a 27-year drought.  Like cars, motorcycles have become amazingly feature filled and, dare I say it, luxurious.  While you can still by a standard, decked out cruisers… more»

Restore Or Rat Rod? 1960 Harley-Davidson Topper

We don’t see a lot of rat rod scooters here on Barn Finds, but the seller refers to this 1960 Harley-Davidson Topper as a rat rod, in liking the way it looks now. This one is listed here on… more»

Honest Rider: 1933 Harley-Davidson VL

On a dollar-per-pound basis, older Harley-Davidson motorcycles command some of the most amazing prices in the current classic market. Enthusiasts love the idea of buying a vehicle that offers a relaxed lifestyle and a rewarding ownership experience. That is… more»

Original Paint Shovelhead: 1975 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide

Mention the letters AMF to the modern Harley fan and you will likely get a quizzical look.  Pre-Evolution engine Harleys are basically dinosaurs to them.  Mention those same letters to a greybeard Harley rider and the look will likely… more»

One-Owner 1964 Harley-Davidson FLH Duo-Glide

The seller says that this 1964 Harley-Davidson FLH Duo-Glide is 100% original and was purchased from the original owner’s son. In essence, it’s a one-owner bike, or would that be one-family-owned? Whatever the case, it has killer patina and… more»

Original Knucklehead: 1947 Harley-Davidson EL

Knucklehead is a derogatory term that denotes a stupid person and the tag attached to one of the world’s most iconic internal combustion engines. The production life of Harley-Davidson’s Knucklehead motor was surprisingly short, but it has demonstrated that… more»

Stored 61 Years! 1960 Harley-Davidson Topper

If I would have played the cryptocurrency market more wisely, or at all, I’d be all over this 1960 Harley-Davidson Topper and would have enough money to just drop it off at a restoration shop and have them make… more»

Sidecar Equipped: 1947 Harley-Davidson FL Knucklehead

Ironhead. Shovelhead. Panhead. Knucklehead. To the uninitiated, these terms may as well be used to identify pumpkins or some random sort of fungi. However, to riders with motor oil of the black and orange variety coursing through their veins,… more»

1972 Harley-Davidson MC-65 Shortster

This 1972 Harley-Davidson MC-65 Shortster is a fairly rare little motorcycle to find today as they were made for just one year. Almost any collector worth their weight in storage unit costs should have one, including me. If shipping… more»

Prized Panhead: 1965 Harley-Davidson Electra-Glide

With snow either on the ground or in the forecast for many readers, shouldn’t we be seeing snowmobiles? Well, yes, but why not motorcycles as well? While winter is the prime time to enjoy those SnoRunners, Phazers, and Enticers,… more»

Barn Find Panhead: 1950 Harley-Davidson EL

Harley-Davidson has long been known for its V-twin engines, but there are still some that are more famous than others. The Motor Company’s first V-twin was introduced in 1909, faltered, and then re-emerged in 1911 as the F-Head. This… more»

Willie G. Designed: 1973 Harley-Davidson Y440

American Machine and Foundry Corporation (AMF) had their fingers in a lot of different businesses in the 1970s, including the bowling industry which many of you know AMF from, but they also owned Harley-Davidson. This rare 1973 Harley-Davidson Y440… more»

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