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Custom Built Motorcycles : Bobber 1963 harley davidson sportster

$7,500

Austin, Texas

Year 1963

Make Custom Built Motorcycles

Model Bobber

Category -

Engine 900

Posted Over 1 Month

AWESOME BAR HOPPER SPORTY. 1963. THIS MOTORCYCLE WAS BUILT BY KOOL DADDY MOTORCICLES L.L.C. IN HUTTO TEXAS. ASK FOR JOHNNY AT 512 386 76FOUR7. YOU CAN VISIT THE SITE AT kooldaddymc dot com . PICTURES DESCRIBE THIS BIKE WELL, BUT TO LIST WHAT WAS DONE AND WHEN, WHICH WAS WINTER OF 2015, I WILL DESCRIBE AS FOLLOWS:1. 100% REBUILT MOTOR...AND THIS IS NOT A PITCH. WE HEAR THIS ALOT, AND I HAVE RECEIPTS AND PICS TO BACK THIS UP.a. HEADS REBUILT IN HAYWARD CALIFORNIA BY HANNANS MACHINE SHOPb. CYLINDERS BORED TO NEW PISTONS AND RINGS AT HANNANSc. ALL ASSEMBLY, LINE HONING RACES, REBEARING OF LOWER END PINION SHAFT AND SPROCKET SHAFT SIZED AND ENDPLAYED, TRANSMISSION RACE HONE, SIZED FOR BEARINGS AND TRANSMISSION SHAFTS SET UP AT ENDPLAY TO SPEC HAS BEEN DONE AT KDMC LLC. d. FACTORY FLYWHEELS HAVE BEEN BALANCED TO NEW PISTON WEIGHT WITH A NEW CRANK PIN AND BEARINGS FITTED TO ORIGINAL SEASONED RODS WITH NEW RACES AND THRUST WASHERS AT THE FLYWHEEL, NEW CON ROD BUSHINGS INSTALLED AND REAMED, ASSEMBLED WITH NEW PINION SHAFT, TRUED TO WELL WITHIN .002" FACTORY SPEC AT DARKHORSE CRANKWORKS.e. MOTOR HAS STOCK "P" CAMSd. TRANSMISSION COMPLETELY GONE THROUGH WITH OEM REPLACEMENT ANDREWS GEARS, NEW BEARINGS THROUGH IT AND THRUST WASHERSe. PRIMARY DRIVE HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY GONE THROUGH WITH NEW BEARINGS IN CLUTCH BASKETf. TOP END SUCH AS ROCKERS, PUSHRODS, AND LIFTERS GONE THROUGHg, ENGINE CASES INSPECTED AND ARE PRISTINE WITH NO CRACKS, BEAD BLASTED FINISHh. ALL ENGINE HOUSING COVERS LIKE PRIMARY, ROCKER BOXES, CAM COVER, SPROCKET COVER INSPECTED AND BEAD BLASTED FINISHi. OIL PUMP REBUILT AND BODY REPLACEDj. HARDWARE THROUGH OUT THIS MOTOR REPLACED, ALL GASKETS, CIRCLIPS, SPRINGS, SEALS, THRUST WASHERS, BEARINGS, SHIMS, AND ANY REQUIRED BUSHINGS RESOLVED AND FITTED NEW I HAVE INVOICES TO BACK UP MY REBUILD AND IS A VERY EASY KICK STARTING BIKE WITH LESS THAN 1 RIDING SEASON WORTH OF MILES (EST. 2000-5000 MILES). THIS BIKE HAS A S&S SUPER E SHORTY CARBURATOR AND A MALLORY IGNITION SYSTEM. IT HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RE WIRED USING FACTORY COLORS AND IS NOT AN ALL RED AND BLACK WIRING JOB. THE FRONT END SPRINGER IS A DNA. THE FRAME IS A (FOR LACK OF A BETTER DESCRIPTION) A PAUGCHO DESIGN STYLE UNKNOWN MANUFACTURER. THE FRONT BRAKE IS A GMA. THE REAR WHEEL IS A 1952-1978 STOCK TYPE DRUM FOR A SPORTSTER. MOON EYES OIL TANK, UPSWEPT DRAG PIPES, AND A TEAR DROP GAS TANK. PAINT HAS AGE BUT IS STILL VERY NICE. TIRES ARE GOOD. RIGHT SIDE SHIFTER. SOUNDS SUPER AWESOME AND GOES DOWN THE ROAD LIKE IT SHOULD. MY NAME IS TIM McBRIDE AND I AM THE OWNER OF THIS MOTORCYCLE 512 944 00EIGHT9. I CAN BE REACHED WITH QUESTIONS AND AM AIDED IN THIS SALE BY THE SHOP WHO DID ALL MY WORK BECAUSE THEY SPEAK MOTORCYCLES.

Trim SPORTSTER HARLEY DAVIDSON XLCH

1963 Harley-Davidson Sportster

$4,800

Douglassville, Pennsylvania

Year 1963

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1963 Harley-Davidson Sportster , 1963 XLCH 5000 miles on rebuilt motor and transmition, forks rebuilt. Run and drive great. Kick start only. Morris magneto, S&S shorty E carb. Tires have good tread but have some dry rot. Was painted a couple years ago. Bike is nice for 52 years old. Asking $4800.00 OBO $4,800.00

Harley-Davidson : Sportster 1963 harley davidson xlch sportster chopper

$4,800

Pismo Beach, California

Year 1963

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1963 Harley Davidson XLCH Sportster Chopper. Built in 1968. Have had it since 1970. Been sitting in storage. It's a cool project. If you want a bike from the 60's or 70's, this is your bike. With some TLC you can get this running. Will deliver within 200 miles for a fee.

Trim Chopper

Harley-Davidson : Sportster 1965 harley davidson sportster

$25,000

Pismo Beach, California

Year 1963

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1963 Harley Davidson Panhead. All original. Never been touched. 16000 original miles. Still has original tires. Runs and is currently registered. This is a one in a million find. Contact me for payment methods to pay on pickup. I will accept cash, a cashier's check or approved by my bank, or a money order. When the money clears I will release the bike. I will deliver within 200 miles for a fee.

Harley-Davidson : Sportster 1963 harley davidson xlch

$9,500

Manassas, Virginia

Year 1963

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category -

Engine 900cc

Posted Over 1 Month

This 1963 XLCH is to the best of my knowledge mostly original. The engine case numbers match. I cannot find a frame stamp indicating it is a 1963 frame. I do know that the gauges and engine side cover are not 1963 and believe the wheels are not original. The bike has obviously been painted at some time and parts have been chromed. When I purchased the bike I rode it one time around the block. Kick start only, has a magneto... so no battery. It ran well but since that time it has been stored in a climate controlled room as a show piece. Please e-mail me with any questions. The buyer is responsible for shipping and all shipping expenses.

Trim XLCH

1963 Honda DREAM

$6,995

Ottawa, Illinois

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2012 Harley-Davidson XL883N - Sportster Iron 883, Many extras on this beautiful red Iron 883 Sportster, including black Vance & Hines exhaust pipes, custom grips, & windshield. (Includes passenger seat, not shown in photos). 2012 Harley-Davidson® Sportster® Iron 883 The 2012 Harley-Davidson® Sportster® Iron 883 XL883N is an amazing way to get started with a custom motor bike. From the authentic Harley 883 cc engine to the chopped fenders to the peanut fuel tank, every piece of the Harley® Sportster® Iron 883 has the style you want in your custom motor bikes. For a combination of style and value look no further than the Harley-Davidson® Iron 883 . Also learn more about other Harley® Sportster® custom bikes such as the 1200 Low custom motorcycle and the Nightster with a vintage motorcycle look. The other Sportster® motorcycles all have their own personality. Features may include: BLACKED-OUT LOOK The Iron 883 model is the anti-chrome motorcycle decked in black from front to back with a defiant attitude that embraces the pure essence of riding. Black powder-coated 883cc engine with black rocker covers. Black chopped fenders that show off a lot of rubber. Black front forks with gators add an old-school look. Black oil tank cover, belt guard and drag bars. And black cast aluminum wheels that shoot Iron 883 motorcycle into the modern rebel culture and keeps the rebellious fire burning with plenty of freedom for customization. DRAG-STYLE HANDLEBAR The low-rise, slammed black drag-style handlebar and black finish hand controls add to the stripped down, minimal look of the Iron 883 motorcycle. Born at the drag strip, the drag-style handlebar is an old school garage feature that puts you in a forward, aggressive riding position. STOP-TURN-TAIL LIGHTS Old school looks meet new-school engineering. Black, retro-style bullet taillights combine functionality to work twice as hard stop beams and running lights plus turn indicators in two low-profile rear lamps. This eliminates the need for extra lights, creating a clean, minimal look. SIDE-MOUNTED LICENSE PLATE True to the clean, fast lines of the bike, the side-mounted license plate leaves the rear fender surface smooth and uncluttered. Minimal and unique every inch of the Iron 883 motorcycle is styled to perfection to achieve a raw, custom look. CLASSIC PEANUT FUEL TANK As one of the defining features of Harley-Davidson® Sportster® models for decades, the classic 3.3 gallon tapered peanut fuel tank still holds strong today with its traditional styling and modern attitude. Following the line of the bike from front to back, the peanut tank angles down just right into the solo Sportster® seat. Attitude and looks all balled up into one.

Harley-Davidson : Sportster 1963 XLH HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTER

$3,500

Allegan, Michigan

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1963 XLHHARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTSTERKICK STARTNEEDS A TUNE UPCONVERTED TO 12VI'M GOING TO MISS THIS BEAUTIFUL BIKESPRINGER FRONT END NEEDS A GOOD HOMEBUYER TO PICK UP CASH ONLY AT DELIVERY269-355-4708

1963 harley davidson xlch

$5,000

Mansfield, Illinois

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1963 Harley Davidson XLCH- Selling my 63 sportster iron head- New parts or upgrades springer front end powdercoated frame new tank and rear fender powdercoated new 12 volt coverted ignition system new ignition new coil new generater new wiring headlight covered to 12 volt new aligator skin seat- custom amo case battery box new battery 2010 softail horn rear drum brake gone through custom hand shifter motor and trans motor taken down to crank new pistons and rings bored 30 over new intake valves exhaust values grinded case welded and fixed new gaskets number 3 cam replaced trans gone through new kick shaft new trans gaskets new kick lever new kick mechanism and more new parts Many new parts this bike is not for a new rider- rear brake only- right side hand shift- kick only- title in hand titled as a 1963 harley not a spec. construction There is more than 5k spent on parts alone on this bike- can part out and get your money back if needed- Bike runs very strong- this bike is over 50 years old and like all harleys of this era will need to be rode and maintained- No trades- serious buyers only- 5000 obo- call dave or jason at sherman's small engine repair in mansfield

1963 Harley Davidson XL900

$3,400

Mims, Florida

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1963 Harley Davidson Iron Head Sportster, Blue, 900cc motor with a magneto, 4 speed transmission. This bike is a kicker only bike. This bike has nice paint and an S&S carb. Bike runs and drives great. Great deal for only $3,400.

Harley-Davidson : Other 1963 harley sportster ironhead xlh arlen ness digger style vintage chopper

$8,000

Ennis, Texas

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This is a 1963 Harley Sportster XLH Arlen Ness Digger style chopper. This motorcycle has a clear Texas title in my name. The mileage on this motorcycle is unknown as it doesn't have an odometer. This bike is a rebuild project I bought a few years ago that regrettably I must now part with. It ran when I bought it but had low compression in both cylinders. It has been parked ever since awaiting a rebuild. 1. The front wheel is a 19" spool wheel with a Avon Speedmaster tire in good condition. The chrome on the rim, like most of the chrome on this bike, is in decent aged condition, but does have some pitting and light rust in places. 2. The front end is a Arlen Ness/Century springer in good condition. The chrome on the springer is generally in good condition but does have cloudy areas, scratching, some small areas of loss at the rockers, and some very light rust spots on the top clamp. 3. The headlamp is a ZEL Bates style light. The chrome is in good condition, but the mount is a little bent, and there are some dings around the bezel. 4. The handlebars aren't the original Ness bars. I don't know who made them. 5. The carburetor is a Mikuni on a Branch manifold, the throttle is a NOS Barnet single cable. 6. The frame is a 66 or earlier Harley frame with a Ness hard head installed. The frame has been molded, and the foot peg mount has been cut off of the right side. 7. The motor is a 1963 XLH. As I stated above the compression is low in both cylinders. I haven't had the top end off of the motor, so I don't know the condition of the lower end. The cases have been pretty extensively polished in the past. The number pad on the left case was a little over polished which removed most of the first number in the VIN. The sprocket cover has been welded, and so has the primary cover under the left foot peg. The right foot peg is mounted on an aftermarket shifter which someone welded to the shifter shaft. It will require some grinding to remove it, and probably a new shifter shaft when you're done. The clutch components are stock Harley XLH with a compensating sprocket. The transmission trap door is aftermarket. I haven't been into the engine or transmission so I don't know if there are any other aftermarket parts installed. The generator is stock Harley, and has been chromed. The carburetor is a 38mm round slide Mikuni on a branch manifold which probably needs to be rebuilt. The rocker box bolts have been countersunk in the rocker boxes. The engine sumps a lot of oil. 8. The gas tank is a Ness Rocket tank in excellent condition with its original cap. 9. The oil tank is a Ness/Bob Munroe tank, with cap, in excellent condition. There is some scratching in the chrome. 10. The seat is Ness in almost new condition. No holes or wear. 11. The struts I'm pretty sure are Ness. The chrome on these have some surface scratching and cloudy spots. . 12. The rear fender is Ness in excellent condition. 13. The rear wheel is a period 15" Centerline with a Michelin radial car tire mounted. 14. The rear master cylinder is Grimeca and I believe it, and the caliper, are newer additions. I don't know who made the caliper. The brake isn't working, and the caliper and/or master cylinder probably need to be rebuilt or replaced. 15. The pipes are newer, and don't fit the bike well. This motorcycle sits pretty low, 3 1/4" at the front motor mounts, and the front pipe and the pipe bracket hang below the frame rails. They don't leave much ground clearance. I can provide more pictures or information if needed. My name is Andrew and I can be reached at 972 268-1138 if you like to communicate the old fashioned way. This motorcycle is located 30 miles south of Dallas in Ennis Tx. 75119. If you are an overseas buyer I won't undervalue your purchase on customs forms, so please don't ask.

Triumph : Bonneville 1971 triumph bonneville 5 speed 1 of 200 built fully restored excellent rider

$6,995

Santa Monica, California

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1 of only 200 built! 1971 Triumph Bonneville Engine Number: T120RV GE27446 Frame Number: T120RV GE27446 Graced by one of the most evocative model designations in the history of motorcycling, the Triumph Bonneville owes its existence to record-breaking successes achieved on the eponymous Utah salt flats in 1958, when a Tiger 110 set a new 650cc production machine record of over 147mph. Launched at the Motor Cycle Show in September 1958, the production Bonneville remained recognizably similar to the first Speed Twin of 1938 for the next few years, as did Triumph’s other large-capacity twins. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and that innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. The café racers’ favourite since its introduction, thanks to lusty acceleration and a top speed approaching 120mph, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph’s top-of-the-range sportster. This superbly restored T120R Bonneville is a true rarity. With the advent of the oil in frame design, the company introduced a 5-speed gearbox for the 1972 model year, in answer to the Japanese competition. However, about the last 200 manufactured for the 1971 model year slipped through with the 5-speed and the ‘V’ designation in the engine/frame number. The bike offered, from the correct June 1971 build-date, has been fully restored. Purchased from an elderly gentleman who decided he couldn’t ride any more after a minor accident and stored it for some years, this numbers-matching bike was a great basis for resurrection. Completely dismantled and rebuilt with no element untouched, much of the bike simply needed a thorough clean up, but further attention was given to the top end of the engine, brakes, rear shocks, all bearings, new wheel rims, respoked and rebuilt. All electrical systems were attended to and work. The accident was a minor front-end collision bending the original forks and front wheel rim. Both of these were replaced, and the frame was checked for cracks and bends, but found to remain in excellent condition. As such the bike is offered with a clear salvage California title. The bike is in excellent riding condition, starting easily and running strong. Brakes work well, for a Triumph, and handling is excellent. This is a fantastic and rare find. A mechanically excellent Triumph Bonneville, beautifully presented and one of the most rare examples of the marque.

Triumph : Bonneville 1971 Triumph Bonneville 5-speed, 1 of 200 built, fully restored, excellent rider

$7,995

Santa Monica, California

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Model -

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1 of only 200 built! 1971 Triumph Bonneville Engine Number: T120RV GE27446 Frame Number: T120RV GE27446 Graced by one of the most evocative model designations in the history of motorcycling, the Triumph Bonneville owes its existence to record-breaking successes achieved on the eponymous Utah salt flats in 1958, when a Tiger 110 set a new 650cc production machine record of over 147mph. Launched at the Motor Cycle Show in September 1958, the production Bonneville remained recognizably similar to the first Speed Twin of 1938 for the next few years, as did Triumph’s other large-capacity twins. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and that innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. The café racers’ favourite since its introduction, thanks to lusty acceleration and a top speed approaching 120mph, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph’s top-of-the-range sportster. This superbly restored T120R Bonneville is a true rarity. With the advent of the oil in frame design, the company introduced a 5-speed gearbox for the 1972 model year, in answer to the Japanese competition. However, about the last 200 manufactured for the 1971 model year slipped through with the 5-speed and the ‘V’ designation in the engine/frame number. The bike offered, from the correct June 1971 build-date, has been fully restored. Purchased from an elderly gentleman who decided he couldn’t ride any more after a minor accident and stored it for some years, this numbers-matching bike was a great basis for resurrection. Completely dismantled and rebuilt with no element untouched, much of the bike simply needed a thorough clean up, but further attention was given to the top end of the engine, brakes, rear shocks, all bearings, new wheel rims, respoked and rebuilt. All electrical systems were attended to and work. The accident was a minor front-end collision bending the original forks and front wheel rim. Both of these were replaced, and the frame was checked for cracks and bends, but found to remain in excellent condition. As such the bike is offered with a clear salvage California title. The bike is in excellent riding condition, starting easily and running strong. Brakes work well, for a Triumph, and handling is excellent. This is a fantastic and rare find. A mechanically excellent Triumph Bonneville, beautifully presented and one of the most rare examples of the marque.