1970 Harley Sprint Motorcycles for sale

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1970 Harley-Davidson Sprint

$3,000.00

Wichita, Kansas

Year 1970

Make Harley-Davidson

Model Sprint

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine 350 cc

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1970 Harley-Davidson Sprint , Price slashed. This is a collectible bike. Value likely exceeds the asking price. Completely restored to original and almost new condition with factory color. Nothing has been untouched in this restoration. Ground up rebuild and restore. This bike is about 98% original, was always stored indoors before restoration. No original mufflers. I have aftermarket mufflers for it plus lots of extras and spare new and used parts. Has about 7000 actual miles on it and 1000m since rebuild. Clear Ks title. Price firm. $3,000.00 3163711619

Harley-Davidson : Other HARLEY SPRINT 1970 350SS AERMACCHI PROJECT AHRMA FLAT TRACK ERS LOOK

$1,199.99

Perrysburg, Ohio

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1970 MATCHING # HARLEY SPRINT 350SS BILL OF SALE ONLY .DOES NOT RUN.KICKS THROUGH.FLAT TRACK LOOK.ORIGINAL ERS CRS SEAT NOT SECURED.PROFESSIONAL PAINT.MEGAPHONE EXHAUST .CORRECT TACH DRIVE.NICE CHRONE RIMS.FOR PARTS OR RESTORATION.EXTRA BOX OF PARTS INCLUDES PAINTED FRONT FENDER .HEADLIGHT.1 TOOL BOX CALL FOR QUESTIONS 419-466-7444

Harley-Davidson : Other 1970 Harley Davidson Sprint (Aermacchi) 350 (Converted shifter and brake))

$1,800.00

Mayflower, Arkansas

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Here is a neat old custom Sprint that runs and rides well. Like-new Pirelli tires, front and rear. Matching numbers, engine and frame. The paint is rough on the tank but I have left it that way because of the unusual logo on tank. It is a Blimp....which looks like these old Aermacchi engines. I thought it was a unique visual representation. This bike has been stripped down to bare bones and is very light and nimble. Custom exhaust which sounds very nice....not loud but deep and throaty. * It has had the shifter and brake reversed to make it conventional (right foot brake, left foot shifter) (See photos, ingenious modification!)). I bought it like this for my wife to ride. She ended up with a Sportster so I don't need this one any longer. The original title was lost so the fellow I got it from got a salvage title? Not sure why....no evidence that it has been wrecked and the numbers match. Anyway, the title is clear. The seat is not original. (I have the original but it needs covering). I also have the tool box and battery boxes. The rims have been sandblasted and painted silver...no chrome. Wheels are true. I have a shop manual and parts manual.