This is another barn fresh find! This 1913 Harley-Davidson 9a belt drive machine was found in Montana over 20 years ago at an auction. It has been cared for since by the current owner in Nevada.
The machine is complete and runs well! It was last run in the Pre-16 tour in Minden Nevada in 2007. It simple needs some fresh fuel and a knowledgeable rider to take a spin down the road. The machine is obviously one of the few un-restored factory originals left on this continent that is available for sell. As you can see it is absolutely barn fresh. Motor number indicates 1913 “C” Model 9A belt drive. 4.34 hp.
Correct color and striping on what is believed to be an original paint machine.
Excellent. No dings or dents.
Watts knuckle where appropriate.
Runs great, Starts first ignition kick. Very dependable, correct.
Wheels & Tires
Sold with a bill of sale.
Valuation Resource Guide
#1 is $41,675; #2 $24,250; #3 $16,650 Number 1 is museum quality or original patina excellent. Number 2 has a few dings and scratches. This is a # 1- barn fresh running, proven correct machine.
Modern Rear view mirror and early bulb horn and early tire pump attached to the down tube. Fresh, Non skid, Tires.