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Harley Davidson started manufacturing motorcycles in 1903 & is now the fifth largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world.

Due to the worldwide enthusiasm for Harley Davidson motorcycles there are many classic machines and parts still available, so it is definitely worth looking for machines & spare parts available through Ebay in the countries listed below, you never know what you might find!!. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1939 Harley Davidson Servicar W Series

Engine Size: 739cc

First Produced:

1932 R Series engine

1937 W Series engine

1939 Harley Davidson Servicar W Series

The 739cc flathead engine with three speed transmission & reverse gear continued to the end of production in 1973. The Servicar was the first HD model to have an electric start from 1952.

1950 Harley Davidson Hydra Glide

Engines: 1200cc

First Produced: 1949

1950 Harley Davidson Hydra Glide

4 stroke twin cilinder OHV engine. Originally the ’49 Panhead was bolted into a wishbone frame, a sturdy double-cradle hardtail, made from ’48 to ’53; nobody knows what happened to the original frame, but the 74 now sits in a straight leg frame, in effect a modified wishbone, used from ’54 to ’57.

1952 Harley Davidson K Series

Engine Size: 739cc

First Produced: 1950

1952 Harley Davidson K Series

The K-series engine was based on the bottom end of the Harley 45 flathead. Using the same 2-3/4" bore with a 3-13/16" stroke, displacement measured 45 cubic-inches. While the Big-Twin Harleys ran a four-speed transmission operated by a left-hand tank-shift and foot-clutch, the K-model's four gears were shifted by the operator's right foot with a left-hand clutch lever.  

1957 Harley Davidson XL Sportster Ironhead

Engine: 883cc

First Produced: 1957

1957 Harley Davidson XL Sportster Ironhead

883cc air-cooled OHV 45-degree V-twin. Most motorcycle manufacturers of the time used alloy heads in their engines; they ran cooler and lasted longer. Harley chose to use cast iron heads and cylinders for the 1957 Sportster XL.

1958 Harley Davidson FL Duo Glide

Engine: 1200cc

First Produced: 1958

1958 Harley Davidson FL Duo Glide

4 stroke twin cilinder OHV engine. Harley Davidson FL Duo Glide motorcycle introduced a genuine rear suspension system, finally giving riders of the big Harleys a smoother, modern ride.

1965 Harley Davidson Electra Glide

Engine: 1207cc

First Produced: 1965

1965 Harley Davidson Electra Glide

Air-cooled, four-stroke, 1207cc, V-Twin engine mated to a four-speed manual transmission and producing 60hp / 95 Nm of torque. The 1965 Harley-Davidson FL Electra-Glide featured an electric starter, a 12-volt electrical system, and an optional dual exhaust system.

1970 Harley Davidson XR750

Engine: 750cc

First Produced: 1970

1970 Harley Davidson XR750

Using the bottom end of the Sportster XLR motor, Harley engineers achieved the desired 750cc displacement by decreasing stroke length from 3.81" to 2.983" and increasing the bore from 3.0" to 3.125". The 45-degree pushrod V-twin kept the cast-iron cylinder barrels and heads, with compression ratio set at a moderate 8.5:1. Produced for 15 years this model proved to be an exceptional flat track racer.

1971 Harley Davidson Super Glide

Engine: 1207cc

First Produced: 1971

1971 Harley Davidson Super Glide

Air-cooled, four-stroke, 1207cc, V-Twin engine mated to a four-speed manual transmission. The production FX Super Glide was released in 1971 to a lukewarm reception. Particularly not well received was the "boattail", which also proved to be unpopular on the Sportsters that had it. Sales of both models improved when less radical rear styling was made available.

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For 1953 Harley Davidson K Series

739cc panhead engine, non runner considered. Also gearbox.

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