Iron Sportsters made in the 1979 model year:
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.
This bike is blast to ride and sounds like a harley should sound like. The bike has a vintage matching 2-piece seat.
This chopper runs, starts, and shifts good. I have not ridden it very many miles since it was built.
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 1979 ironhead Sportster with matching numbers. It has 9,220 original miles.
|This bike sat for 10 years and then I bought it in march of