64 Duo for sale

This nice 64 Duo-Glide is for sale. I got her just week, put a new battery in, changed the fluids, cleaned the float bowl and she started first kick, VERY first kick after priming. She was in storage for the last six or so years and has a surface covering of dust rust but that will come off easily enough. After that I adjusted the brakes, fluid in the rear, and she rides really well but of course she will need a thorough going over before she hits the road.

She is a very correct bike with a few period accessories and a nice paint job. Like most standard Harleys; she is the same but a bit different.



Knucklehead for sale.

1947 Knucklehead for sale.  Excellent VIN, matching belly numbers, some replacement parts include headlamp, bracket, seat post, maybe the bars, and perhaps some other parts.

All the accessories pictured are included, as well as the buddy seat, screen and bags.  The front shock and rear stand will be re-fitted this week and also included. SOLD


1913 HD Belt Drive for sale

Paul James has his 1913 belt Drive single up for sale.  You can get him via the AMCA forum. He says:

“I have a 13 belt drive for sale. Used for club runs. Rusty patina. Not bad rust. Runs. Set up for fun and to not worry about. Great machine to get out and putt around on”.

asking $32K



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Harley 1916 J – NOW SOLD


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This is a very rare 1916 Model J; the first year with the three speed transmission and step starter.  It was only the second year with the electric lighting system.

As listed on eBay;


This project is virtually complete with the non present parts either on order or easily available.  Most parts are original, some are repop, some could be either. There are new repop gas tanks AND the original tanks as well, one with original paint and fittings. The full electrics package is included with Remy Mag-dyno (worth $3k alone), headlight, rear light, horn, and Weston ammeter.

Work done.  The wheels have been built up (loosely), the hubs and bearings sorted, and NOS tyres fitted.  The rear brake drum skimmed and new brake shoes fitted.  All the hardware for the rolling chassis is in place.  Seat bar and post fitted. Forks assembled, handlebars complete with new spirals, internals, cables. Correct footboards, mounts, etc fitted.

Parts needed. Battery box (on order) electric switch cover, rear stand catch, a brake linkage, drive chains, some fasteners.

Work needed. Wheels will need to be un-built for paint, plating or patina work. Motor and trans need going through. Bottom end of motor has been done preciously and feels very good.

Extra parts included. Spare clutch, carb, manifold, gas tanks, floorboard mounts, several ‘wrong year’ parts. Loads of fasteners, rubber parts.

Also included is a correct year sidecar project.  The tub is rusted through but a great pattern.  Frame, springs, hub, stub cones, rim, fender, new matching white Tyre.

There will be some parts I have missed but please ask. This is a great project with high potential value.  I have only seen one other 1916 Electric, that was in the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, but the lighting had been stripped and gas lights fitted!

Any inspection welcome and help given if required.  The bike is fully UK registered.

Bikes for sale – BOTH SOLD


The 1916J and the Hippy Indian Chief are both up for sale now.

Hopefully they will free up some space for something from the EJ Cole Collection being auctioned in March.  It is also the day of the Pioneer Run in the UK so something will have to give!

The 348 Chief is a complete running machine, registered in the UK and with some good miles under its belt.

The J has nearly all the parts in place to start a build.  It takes up so much space with all the extras and the side-car but it is a great chance to get stuck into a straight forward restoration. It is also UK registered.

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