Iron Sportster made during the 1960s:
This 1964 Harley Sportster XLCH, has clean Harley title in my name. The bike is all fresh.
This is a 1968 900cc XLCH Sportster, correct year frame as well, a nice survivor.
This bike was stored for 30 years. I am liquidating my collection.
My 62 Sportster is a lot like that
Cadillac in that country western song. It's been put together from
parts from many different years.
Here's a pretty original 1966 XLCH. It has a later front end on it. but thats a good thing if you are going to ride it.
This 1960 Harley Davidson Sportster XLH 900 "ironhead" has been restored to near original. The bike was totally dismantled, sandblasted, epoxy primed, and painted with acrylic enamel.
It is a collector item that was fully restored. The bike was custom build by its previous owner. I cannot provide more information about this owner since he passed away a day after I bought the bike.
|1957 was the first year of the Sportster.
This is my ground-up custom-built 1962 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster. This bike has everything and needs nothing. It is a show winner, magazine-featured bike that could be ridden anywhere.
This 1966 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLCH is the ultimate street machine, and a true American Icon. It is a very sanitary machine.
This motorcycle was featured on the front cover of the July, 2011 issue of "Hot Bike Magazine".
This is my1968 restored Sportser, casing numbers match, no repairs on
the cases. With the exception of the Corbin seat and the Progressive
shocks this bike is built bone stock.
This is my 1967 Harley Davidson XLH full dresser. Its black and white, the only color offered in 1967.
This is an almost original 67 Sportster. I don't know any history of it, but it does start and run, and it doesn't smoke. It has been in my shop for almost 4 years.
This is a special bike which ruled the roads during its time. The Harley
XLCH was the beast of the times and the 1966 model was perhaps the best
for the few years Harley produced this model, beginning in 1957.
This is registered and titled in Nevada as a 1965 Sportster XLCH Harley Davidson. The
titled is noted "reconstruction" due the fact that I built it from two
seperate basket cases and didn't have a titles from either.
This bike is original Harley Davidson. The motor has matching belly numbers with no case damage or repairs.
This is my 1966 XLCH Sportster. The engine is completely re done including head work, new valves and seats.
This is the Tangerine Dream, a 1961 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster. This
bike is a time capsule of how Sportsters where built in the day.
Here is my 1964 XLCH Sportster done in a 60's KR style Flat Tracker
Street Tracker style. This whole bike has been gone through.
This is a rare vintage 1963 XLH. Total restoration started in 2000.
|This is a 1967 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster.
|Here is a 1967 XLH Sportster that my wife and I restored back in 1986.
|You are looking at my very original 1965