Wild Sportster

Dave has his bike 4 sale: : here are the details
Bike is a 1962 XLH. Motor is completely rebuilt from top to bottom, with good condition stock parts or the best of the aftermarket. Has Andrews "Y" cams, S&S e-carb and a mallory electronic ignition. Band new rebuilt generator with cycle electric end regulator. It has maybe 1000 miles on it now, so it is just broken in. Starts up within two kicks and runs super strong. Frame is stock but modified to fit the XR750-style tail section, with a tray underneath there to hide the battery and mount the license plate. Shock mounts were moved back to give it a taller, more dirt-bike like stance. Exhaust is custom made with a supertrapp can on the end. Wheels are invaders, front is a dual disc 21" with sporty hydro brakes, rear wheel is a 19" invader with a stock sporty drum brake, which works awesome. Tires are Dunlop K-180's. Front end is a harley 35mm with a custom made fork brace. Headlight is a modified aris triangle light tucked under the eyebrow. Oil tank is a K-model tank with custom mounts. Paint work is beautiful, done by Michael Geltz at Flying Weasel Garage. This thing is in cherry shape, runs like a top, and has a clean harley title. Was just shot by Josh Kurpius a few weeks ago and will get run in one of the good magazines out there soon. Will ship anywhere at buyer's expense. Not cheap, but considering the cost of getting an early ironhead motor rebuilt, plus the custom work and fit and finish, my price is very reasonable. Contact me at djp210@hotmail.com.

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