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Bobber Harley Davidson Iron Head Bobber Chopper – 1968 Xlh Iron Head For Sale $5500.00

Bobber Harley Davidson Iron Head Bobber Chopper - 1968 Xlh Iron Head

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Current Price: $5500.00 | Bid $0.00 Now! | # of Bids: 0
End Time: 2012-09-05T21:40:21.000Z

| Located in Postal Code: 75070

1968 HARLEY DAVIDSON


IRON HEAD BOBBER


OLD SCHOOL


I BOUGHT THIS BIKE EARLIER THIS YEAR OFF EBAY.  I HAVE OWNED IT SINCE MARCH 2012.


MATCHING NUMBERS ON ENGINE AND VIN!!!


Has less than 50 miles on the complete bike rebuild – The engine is not even broke in yet!!!


This bike is head turner going down the road or parked!!  Even the ladies notice this one is different at my local biker bars!!!!


I have tons of pictures of this bike – send me your email address through ebaY email and I will send more or provide any information you may want.


Send me your telephone number if you want to discuss details or ask questions without email.


Beautiful powder coat Metallic Green with Clear Coat


This bike was completely gone through from the ground up see below:


·      1968 XLH Sportster 900 cc (55 cubic inches) Iron Head


·      Registered as a 1968 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster – Matching Vin and Engine numbers


·      Professionally welded rear frame kit – Bike is now a rigid


·      Beautiful Green Metallic Powder Coat both the frame and the tins


·      Gray Powder Coat rocker box covers, primary cover, and Engine cam cover


·      Drag pipes are not new but look new


·      Z handle bars with Deuce style risers


·      Dyna Wide Glide Front End - Legs and triple tree is chrome


·      Kick and electric start


·      Engine cases were not split and the bike leaks no oil or fluids


·         NEW PARTS ARE LISTED BELOW:


·      New .030 over standard bore cylinders


·      PB+ Cams


·      New Standard bore heads – James gaskets used throughout the engine


·      Rocker arms


·      Roller lifters


·      Coil and 9mm spark plug wires


·      S&S Shorty ‘E’ Carb jetted for 900 cc Iron Head - The pictures taken at night at my local biker bar show the Bendix Carb when it was on the bike


·      Spark plugs


·      Starter was rebuilt


·      Clutch basket and plates (Barnett)


·      Generator and regulator


·      Forward controls


·      Rear brake drum and shoes


·      Front brake, caliper, disk and pads


·      Rear 16” tire


·      Front wheel and 21” tire 41mm wide glide forks with 1” bearing cups


·      Headlight and rear side LED brake light and license plate holder


·      Oil tank


·      Battery


·      Dual throttle cables and throttle cable housing w/grips


·      Seat


·      Electronic voltage regulator with compatible electronic coil


 


·         Items that are original


·      Original rear spoke wheel  - Brake linings and drum are new


·      Mechanical advance distributor – This is the original 1968 distributor which uses mechanical advance internally for the timing.  This distributor does need to be replaced.  An aftermarket OEM replacement is about $200 at J&P Cycles.  Full electronic ignition is about $400 depending on the brand.


The bike runs great but in 4th gear it does not run as smooth because of the distributor not mechanically advancing the timing as it should.


I need the $$ for medical bills and just don’t want to put the money into the bike for the distributor.


Buyer is responsible for shipping, transporting or pick up – I do not crate.


The bike is listed locally in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time if it sells locally and not on ebaY.


The winning bidder is required to pay a $500 deposit through Pay Pal within 48 hours of auction close.  The deposit is due immediately for the Buy-it-Now feature.

Bobber Harley Davidson Iron Head Bobber Chopper - 1968 Xlh Iron Head

Check out this great Bobber listing!

Current Price: $5500.00 | Bid $0.00 Now! | # of Bids: 0
End Time: 2012-09-05T21:40:21.000Z | Located in Postal Code: 75070

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