SUPER CLEAN, LOW MILES AND READY TO HIT THE ROAD
This one has a new battery, and a fresh oil and filter change.
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The engine remains the same basic configuration as that Harley-Davidson panhead of 50 years ago. It is still an air-cooled, 45-degree, single-carb V-twin, using pushrods and hydraulic lifters to actuate the two valves per cylinder. However, it's now six cubic inches bigger at 80 cubic inches and has modern alloy cylinders, five speeds, electronic ignition operation, and other modern conveniences. It hasn't become too new-fangled though; there is no counterbalancer, and the engine mounts to the frame without rubber vibration dampers. Retro touches abound. They include the front-mounted, chrome-covered horn, spotlights bracketing the headlight, chrome rails around the back of the rider’s portion of the two-piece saddle, a white fender light up front, a tombstone-style taillight/license light in the rear, plenty of fringe, and a basket-weave pattern in the upholstery. Our test machine was painted in 95th-anniversary livery, which adds a few dollars to the price and, presumably, cachet to the machine.