This is an original 1913 Harley Davidson, belt drive single, motorcycle. Only 1510 of this model were produced so how many still exist? This belt drive motorcycle is used, original, and running. The motorcycle was repainted very poorly many years ago so the current owner stripped all paint and let it oxidize buy itself. This is a California bike that has been ridden on the Pre-16 tours here in California, most recently at Kings City in May of 2015. The bike is running and ready for the next tour. Current owner has owned the motorcycle for 20 plus years and ridden it on many tours. This motorcycle has some aftermarket products on it to make it a reliable runner today. The engine is sound!
This motorcycle was the recipient of a very bad repaint decades ago. The current owner stripped all paint and let it oxidize. Currently appearing without sheen or detail. If anything it needs an oil bath to bring it up. This is a great candidate for a restoration!
Sheet metal is original and in good condition with minimal dings, great patina. The gas tank is a quality rebuild because the original was not salvageable. The original tank is available with the bike.
None. Any shiny stuff would be nickel.
This motorcycle is mechanically sound and ready for the next ride. Mag is hot.
Wheels & Tires
Clincher rims with good spokes. Tires are Cocker.
California Title. Registered as a moped. Motorcycle Title available for a fee.
Engine # 1467 C
Frame # None N/A
Valuation Resource Guide
This motorcycle would rate as a 2 to 1- on the NADA scale.
Current suggested value of a 1 $73,000 in the 2014 NADA guide.