1914 Harley Model 10-E: 61 cubic inch F-head Twin with chain drive. Retailed for $250 and sold 5,055 machines.
This fine machine was rescued from an old collector’s warehouse and completely restored in the early 1980’s. The majority of the work was done according to Harley Davidson specs from 1914 and this machine should receive high honors if placed into AMCA judging. The motor was overhauled by a knowledgeable builder from the Pacific Northwest and was built to run on pre 16 rides. The bike has about 100 miles since the rebuild. It has been on display in a private showroom for the past ten years. Owner says it is time to move it on to someone that wants a quality machine.
This motorcycle is a twin-cylinder, single-speed machine with a clutch for neutral.
100 miles on rebuild
Light Charcoal Grey. Correct decals and pin striping
Original metal. No dings or dents. Correctly fitted
All redone during restoration Chrome vs. nickel?
Motor correctly rebuilt at restoration. Includes correct carb and magneto
Wheels & Tires
New at restoration Cooker clincher tires. Original Clincher rims fitted with stainless steel spokes.