1968 XLCH I acquired this around 10 years ago and have never really got serious on doing anything with it. Clear title in my name. If you need shipping please make your own arrangements Happy to sell worldwide If you are seriously interested send some contact info and can call and give all the details, as well as email any additional pics you want. Bike came with some receipts and misc. papers dating from the late 80's in to the mid 90's. Someone did lot of work on this and never finished it out. Tires seam to be date coded '94. Motor has Stroker crankCams are original Sifton minus minusHeads have obvious intake port workMag seams all sorted and ready to useA knowledgeable friend looked it over some years back and identified it as 74" Stroker and the parts/build fit the late 80's time frame. UPDATE:Talked to the friend who looked at it years ago:Cylinders are MOCASCO 4-61-60/3-61-60, also are stamped "FRONT" "REAR".. So, likely Doc Dytch
Motor turns free everything looks very new, with little to no use. All gears select correctly and turn smooth. Been looked over by knowledgeable Harley guys several times and no one can make sense of how it came to be like this. Probably unfinished and ended up in inexperience hands and someone started 'fixing' it£ Whatever, it's been in warehouse since I've had it.. Frame is XLCH, identified by number on tomahawks, frame was modified by company that built race cars(have reciept). Swingarm has some work for 140 tire fitment. XR type oil tank seat (Originality unknown) Motor looks like it was test run and then £ rear tire has frame rubbing that could indicate it went around the block some? Sprockets are about 3/16"-1/4" mis-aligned and show no wear, so clearly it wasn't ridden much like this.. If it goes unsold will get motor sorted this Winter and part it all out.
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