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Harley-Davidson : Sportster 1966 harley davidson xlch bobber

$7,500.00

Austin, Texas

Year 1966

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category Bobber Motorcycles

Engine 900

Posted Over 1 Month

1966 XLCH Bobber Stock displacement '66 XLCH motor, Paughco stock rake hard tail frame, '89 sportster Showa front end, trees, 21" spool hub wheel, rotor and caliper. Everything else custom. If you're looking for a sportster as an inexpensive Harley, this bike is not for you. Motor cases magna-fluxed, previous weld at right rear removed & replaced, replacement engine main races custom machined to order, original main races cut out of cases, new races tig welded back into cases. $2100 for case work alone. New S&S stock stroke crank, wheels, rods, pistons and cylinders. Andrews c-grind cams. Andrews gears in the gearbox with a Trock cast iron trapdoor. S&S super E carb, Mallory electronic ignition. Original heads with no cracks completely re-machined with new guides, seals and Manley stainless valves. New Barnett clutch & basket, new primary chain and gears, new tin primary cover. New Cycle Electric generator / regulator. New old stock Lockhart oil cooler. The only parts of the original engine that were reused were the cases, heads, cam side engine cover and oil pump body -- everything else new -- no exceptions. I have $9600 in receipts for the engine alone. No speedo / odo, but I estimate around 1600 miles on the bike since completion. Currently titled, licensed insured and inspected in Texas as a 1966 HD XLCH. Starts with 3-4 kicks when cold every time, 1 kick when warm, runs flawlessly. Big carb on a small displacement motor drinks gas, but the engine pulls hard enough under acceleration that you really have to hold on tight. Lots of powder coating. Frame and tins have two coats: base coat for color, and matte clear second coat. Fork lowers and trees are shaved and powder coated black. Speedo, air cleaner cover, rear drum brake housing (both sides), aluminum grips, brake light / plate holder, custom aluminum battery box all powder coated black. V-twin chrome drag bars, clutch lever and front master cylinder. Chrome V-Twin oil tank. Chrome V-Twin forward controls with stainless actuating rods. Currently no bitch pad on rear fender, but custom folding passenger pegs are in place. Custom aluminum battery box. Custom stainless rear axle plates. Custom sissy bar. Real leather V-Twin solo tractor seat. See photos for details -- last image is my lumbar spine, so don't ask why I'm selling. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, but I will assist any way I can. Bike sold where is, as is, no warranty implied, but inspections are welcome. During inspection, I can start and run the bike and will happily let someone watch me ride as much as they deem necessary. No one will ride this bike unless the sale price is in my hand in cash, so don't ask. Questions are welcome, but don't waste our time with low offers. If it doesn't sell in a month, I'll lower the price then -- not before. Any buyer serious enough to put up a $100 deposit will get copies of every single receipt from the build -- about $19K -- via email or snail mail. If they buy, they get the $100 credited towards the purchase. If not, the $100 covers my time and expense -- it's a lot of receipts. Check my 1300+ perfect feedback and buy with confidence.

Trim XLCH

Harley-Davidson : Other 1966 harley sportster xlch

$3,500.00

Tacoma, Washington

Year 1966

Make Harley-Davidson

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1966 XLCH I bought this bike after it had been sitting for a few years. Brought it home put a battery in it and did a tune-up and cleaned it up some. It runs great and would be a good candidate for a restoration. These old Sporties are getting hard to find in this condition. Engine sounds good, doesn't smoke, tires are good, and the body work is pretty good but the styling is a little dated. Has a custom front end with dual Performance Machine calipers, the rear brake is stock but it's been chromed along with the hub and swing arm. Take a look at the pics, ash questions, again it's a good start to a cool restoration. The bike has a been modified with the addition of a battery ignition, I have the magneto and will include it if you choose the buy it now price of 3500. The belly numbers match and the speedo drive is intact, I don't see any case repairs. The frame horns for the original seat tee have been cut off and the frame has been molded with bondo. This is a kick only bike,

Harley-Davidson : Other 1966 XLCH Bobber

$10,000.00

Austin, Texas

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Model -

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1966 XLCH Bobber Stock displacement ’66 XLCH motor, Paughco stock rake hard tail frame, ‘89 sportster Showa front end, trees, 21” spool hub wheel, rotor and caliper. Everything else custom. If you’re looking for a sportster as an inexpensive Harley, this bike is not for you. Motor cases magnafluxed, previous weld at right rear removed & replaced, replacement engine main races custom machined to order, original main races cut out of cases, new races tig welded back into cases. $2100 for case work alone. New S&S stock stroke crank, wheels, rods, pistons and cylinders. Andrews c-grind cams. Andrews gears in the gearbox with a Trock cast iron trapdoor. S&S super E carb, Mallory electronic ignition. Original heads with no cracks completely re-machined with new guides, seals and Manley stainless valves. New Barnett clutch & basket, new primary chain and gears, new tin primary cover. New Cycle Electric generator / regulator. New old stock Lockhart oil cooler. The only parts of the original engine that were reused were the cases, heads, cam side engine cover and oil pump body – everything else new – no exceptions. I have $9600 in receipts for the engine alone. No speedo / odo, but I estimate around 1600 miles on the bike since completion. Currently titled, licensed insured and inspected in Texas as a 1966 HD XLCH. Starts with 3-4 kicks when cold every time, 1 kick when warm, runs flawlessly. Big carb on a small displacement motor drinks gas, but the engine pulls hard enough under acceleration that you really have to hold on tight. Lots of powder coating. Frame and tins have two coats: base coat for color, and matte clear second coat. Fork lowers and trees are shaved and powder coated black. Speedo, air cleaner cover, rear drum brake housing (both sides), aluminum grips, brake light / plate holder, custom aluminum battery box all powder coated black. V-twin chrome drag bars, clutch lever and front master cylinder. Chrome V-Twin oil tank. Chrome V-Twin forward controls with stainless actuating rods. Currently no bitch pad on rear fender, but custom folding passenger pegs are in place. Custom aluminum battery box. Custom stainless rear axle plates. Custom sissy bar. Real leather V-Twin solo tractor seat. See photos for details – last image is my lumbar spine, so don’t ask why I’m selling. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, but I will assist any way I can. Bike sold where is, as is, no warranty implied, but inspections are welcome. During inspection, I can start and run the bike and will happily let someone watch me ride as much as they deem necessary. No one will ride this bike unless the sale price is in my hand in cash, so don’t ask. Questions are welcome, but don’t waste our time with low offers. If it doesn’t sell in a month, I’ll lower the price then – not before. Any buyer serious enough to put up a $100 deposit will get copies of every single receipt from the build – about $19K – via email or snail mail. If they buy, they get the $100 credited towards the purchase. If not, the $100 covers my time and expense – it’s a lot of receipts. Check my 1100+ perfect feedback and buy with confidence.

1966 Harley-Davidson Sportster

$6,500.00

Brighton, Michigan

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1966 Harley-Davidson Sportster , 66 XLCH great condition! 95% original! many extra parts go with the bike. Have rebuild receipts. $6500. obo $6,500.00

2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special

$6,800.00

Fort Calhoun, Nebraska

Year 1966

Make Harley-Davidson

Model SPORTSTER

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

XLCH with records that date back to the late 70s. On a scale of 10 I feel it's a 7 runs excellent and looks very good with only a couple dings, can send pictures of anything requested. Also have original 2person seat.$6800 OBO

Harley-Davidson : Sportster Vintage Harley 2 years will be 50

$3,900.00

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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1966 Harley XLCH professional rebuilt 1000 miles ago 8 time show winner new clutch no leaks perfect.

Harley-Davidson : Sportster HARLEY. Sportster. XLA. Ironhed. Military. Rare. 1000. COLLECTOR.

$3,995.00

Walnut, California

Year 1972

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category -

Engine 1000

Posted Over 1 Month

VERY RARE Sportster XL-APRICE LOWEREDFrom 1970 to 1980 Harley made six models: 2G = XLT 3A = XLH 4A = XLCH 4E = XLS 7F = XLCR 4D = XLA (A = Military) The last two pictures are what an XL-A looks like Please note, XL-A’s were made specifically for the military up until 1965. Starting 1966 the XL-A’s were made only AFTER the military special ordered one. This bike has a matching engine and frame number # 4D52301H2 You can get information about how many of each model was produced, EXCEPT the XLA. Harley-Davidson will not give any information about Military bikes because of the Government’s confidential rules and regulations. I was told that less than 50 were made for the Military. They were used primarily for parades and escorts. They were ridden and used for parts to keep others running and then scrapped. This is the only survivor I have found other than a 1969 XLA a couple of years ago. This bike does not run. It was taken completely apart in preparation for restoration. I purchased the bike in a “Basket” I have assembled the bike to show it in its basic form and to roll. I have not put all the parts back on the bike. I have a picture of all the parts I have for the bike. (I’m told that it has the wrong carburetor.) All the wiring has been removed but included. The motor turns over freely but needs a complete overhaul. The bike also is in need of a total restoration. Once finished and done right this bike could be a priceless museum piece. The bike has a clear North Carolina Title. It has been signed off by the previous owner and notarized. My name is listed as the “first Re-Assignment” The bike has recorded mileage of 15.342 I’m getting a lot of different opinions about the value of this bike. I really don’t know the value of this bike in its present condition. It is for a collector. I think somewhere around $15,000 when finished. The auction has a buy now price of best offer. If you want it, you should make an offer ASAP An opportunity like this doesn’t come along very often. The bike is in Walnut, CA. (far eastern area of Los Angeles) and is available for inspection anytime. SHIPPING: $500 West Coast $600 Mid West $700 East Coast Out of Country buyers Welcome Questions please call Stuart 909 239-6199

Trim XL A

Harley-Davidson : Sportster HARLEY. Sportster. XLA. Ironhed. Military. Rare. 1000. TRADE. COLLECTOR.

$4,000.00

Walnut, California

Year 32767

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sportster

Category -

Engine 1000

Posted Over 1 Month

VERY RARE Sportster XL-A From 1970 to 1980 Harley made six models: 2G = XLT 3A = XLH 4A = XLCH 4E = XLS 7F = XLCR 4D = XLA (A = Military) The last two pictures are what an XL-A looks like Please note, XL-A’s were made specifically for the military up until 1965. Starting 1966 the XL-A’s were made only AFTER the military special ordered one. This bike has a matching engine and frame number # 4D52301H2 You can get information about how many of each model was produced, EXCEPT the XLA. Harley-Davidson will not give any information about Military bikes because of the Government’s confidential rules and regulations. I was told that less than 50 were made for the Military. They were used primarily for parades and escorts. They were ridden and used for parts to keep others running and then scrapped. This is the only survivor I have found other than a 1969 XLA a couple of years ago. This bike does not run. It was taken completely apart in preparation for restoration. I purchased the bike in a “Basket” I have assembled the bike to show it in its basic form and to roll. I have not put all the parts back on the bike. I have a picture of all the parts I have for the bike. (I’m told that it has the wrong carburetor.) All the wiring has been removed but included. The motor turns over freely but needs a complete overhaul. The bike also is in need of a total restoration. Once finished and done right this bike could be a priceless museum piece. The bike has a clear North Carolina Title. It has been signed off by the previous owner and notarized. My name is listed as the “first Re-Assignment” The bike has recorded mileage of 15.342 I’m getting a lot of different opinions about the value of this bike. I really don’t know the value of this bike in its present condition. It is for a collector. I think somewhere around $15,000 when finished. The auction has a buy now price of best offer. If you want it, you should make an offer ASAP. Trade ? I may be interested in trading for something. An opportunity like this doesn’t come along very often. The bike is in Walnut, CA. (far eastern area of Los Angeles) and is available for inspection anytime. SHIPPING: $500 West Coast $600 Mid West $700 East Coast Out of Country buyers Welcome Questions please call Stuart 909 239-6199

Trim XL A