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Harley Davidson Cafe Racers

Harley Davidson UL VL Street Tracker Flathead 80 Bobber

USD12,000 (Auction)

  • Harley Davidson UL VL Street Tracker Flathead 80 Bobber
  • Harley Davidson UL VL Street Tracker Flathead 80 Bobber
  • Harley Davidson UL VL Street Tracker Flathead 80 Bobber
  • Harley Davidson UL VL Street Tracker Flathead 80 Bobber
Price : USD12,000 (Auction)
Date : September 28, 2020
Condition : Used
Year : 1937
Model : VL/UL
Mileage : 12345
Location :Richton, Mississippi, United States

This is one of my custom builds from last year.  I have had my fun on this bike and time to pass it on.  I build 2 bikes a year and cannot keep them all.  This was one of the most challenging builds I have done to look so simple and bare.  I started out with what I believe to be the most beautiful frames HD ever built.  The VL single down tube.  The VL frame allows the engine to sit far below the axles centerline and makes the bike very flickable and smooth handling.  I then used the UL bottomend engine and 9 bolt cylinders from the ’36 VLH. The alloy heads are OEM HD.  The engine is a Paul Friebus build from American Cycle Fab.  It has larger valves, heel gring cams that dial .398 lift, 4 3/8″ Truett and Osbourne stroker wheels, the latest and greatest Mossis magneto, and a Linkert M-51 carb.  I used “45” tanks which allow the gas and oil to be left and right tank to free up space in the frame.  Belt drive to a shovelhead tranny that is smooth and quiet.  Custom made footcontrols w/mid located pegs.  VL kickstand.  KTM USD forks w/sporster hub and disc brake on the front. Wheels are 19″ alloy. WR seat and very smooth pogo stick.  Fatbars.  It has a hydraulic clutch that works like a dream and cleans up the bike a lot.  This bike is very light for a HD and w/the performance engine, it is really strong and quick.  I am sure I have forgotten something so ask any and all questions before bidding.  This bike cost me a huge overun amount and just can’t be done this nice and clean w/out breaking the bank.  I have a clear title in my name.  The bike is being sold as is and comes w/no warranties neither expressed nor implied.  Technically, it is an 83 year old titled bike.  I will require a $500.00 deposit at the close of the auction and a bank wire transfer within 3 days of the auctions end time. Shipping is the total responsibility of the buyer but I will assist the shipper as best I can.  I know a couple of good ones depending on where you are located. 

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