Iron Sportster made during the 1970s:
This bike is a dream for the true vintage Sportster enthusiast. It was completely restored from the ground up with the finest detail.
This bike gets an incredible amount of attention when you ride. You will be stopped when gassing up for pictures, etc. There is nothing like kick-starting it at your local bike night. I even won a trophy with it.
This is my 1971 Harley Davidson Sportster 900 cc XLCH. The bike has no issues, it runs and rides great.
This is a nice old bike with lots of chrome, an S&S Super E Carb, and a Dyna S ignition. With a little TLC it could be even nicer.
My 79 Sportster came with a burned
front piston courtesy of a leaky O-ring. I paid 900 dollars for the
This is a 1979 Harley Sportster that has been "murdered out" with a totally flat-black stealth paint job. This bike runs awsome, starts up easy, and is a blast to ride.
My 77 Sportster has gone through a lot
of changes in the 15 years I have owned her. She started life a
stock XLCH kickstart-only bike.
This motorcycle was purchased new at Williams Harley Davidson which was originally in Bound Brook, N.J. but is now located a few miles away in the town of Lebanon. This bike is just as quick and as much fun to ride as they were back in the day.
This bike is blast to ride and sounds like a harley should sound like. The bike has a vintage matching 2-piece seat.
This 1977 Harley Sportster streetfighter is a 1960's flat-tracker clone. It was designed and built by The WingNut Group of Louisville, KY.
This beautiful 1976 Harley Davidson Sportster chopper was built by Spitfire Motorcycles in Rancho Cucamonga California. This bike was recently showcased at the Mooneyes show in Los Angeles and will be in the upcomming Horse magazine.
This is a 1970 ironhead chopper and ratrod aptly named The Kwakster. The bike looks old, but make no mistake, it is a fresh build. Its rough tough, and dirty as J Ryan intended it.
This is a vintage classic old-school Harley-Davidson XLCH 1000 Sportster. This bike will be a great candidate for restoration project or to convert it in to a cool bobber cafe racer chopper or parts bike.
This chopper runs, starts, and shifts good. I have not ridden it very many miles since it was built.
Here is a another very cool bike out of my collection. A matching # '71 XLH Ironhead Sportster.
Here is my 1979 Harley XLH 1000 Sportster in red. Its all original
except it had dealer-installed front highway peg's (OEM) and rear seat
sissy bar (OEM) and exhaust (Cycle Shack).
This is a two-owner Harley Davidson XLS Roadster... perfectly ready for the open road. It has 14,800 original miles.
This is a one owner 1975 XLH 1000 Harley Davidson Sportster with 9,233 original miles. Everything works as it should.
Here is my 1972 Harley Davidson XLH 1000 Sportster. This was the last year the Sportster was built in Milwaukee.
This is my 1973 Harley Davidson ironhead Sportster. I have found that
most bikes in this price range and era work best with some regular
maintenance and are always great to ride.
This is my 1975 Harley Davidson Sportster. It's a 1000cc iron head. I have owned the bike for 25 years.
This 1978 ironhead Sportster was built over the 2010/2011 winter. This bike isn't for the novice rider. It's a chopper after all.
This is a 1978 Sportster ironhead, a good running bike that needs some TLC (tender loving care). The bike has been sitting for a couple years and needs a new battery.
This is a 1979 ironhead Sportster with matching numbers. It has 9,220 original miles.
This is our 1977 Harley-Davidson Sportster cafe racer XLCR 1000. Only 1900 were made in 1977 and very few still remain.
This is my classic 1977 Harley-Davidson Sportster. It is currently not running and has been sitting for a few years.
This is my 1971 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLH. It has a home-made paint job.
This is my beautiful custom Harley 74 XLH Sportster. I bought this for my old lady but she is short and can't straddle it
This is my 1976 Harley Davidson XLCH Sportster. This bike runs very well and is easy to start.
|This bike sat for 10 years and then I bought it in march of
|This is a 1970 Harley Davidson XLCH Sportster.