90% complete disassembled project bike in good condition.
This motorcycle was found as a rolling basket at a swap meet in Minnesota in about 2000. It was purchased as a project by the current owner. He disassembled the entire motorcycle and inventoried the status of the parts. He salvaged what was usable and purchased reproduction parts or original parts as needed. He obtained a title from the state of Minnesota. The seller has run out of time and is ready to have the next owner to finish the project. The Harley JDCB is listed as a 74-inch motorcycle.
Check the pictures carefully. There is a great mix of parts there. All the items pictured go on the bike. No other parts are available except the original tank.
All of the sheet metal was cleaned and painted in primer to protect from rust pending final fit and paint.
Sheet metal is a mix of original and reproduction. New gas tank, tail light and floorboards. Original fenders, chain guard, battery box, primary cover, and tail light bracket. The original tank will go with the project.
The engine was disassembled and inspected. The engine is apart but complete. Some scoring in the lower part of one cylinder but should not affect performance. The generator is included and looks like some threads have been twisted off the shaft.
Wheels & Tires
Rims: The original rims were inspected and deemed usable. They are complete and rebuilt front and rear. New spokes and powder coating. Work done at Woody’s Wheel Works.br>
Front Tire: N/A; needs to be purchased.
Rear Tire: N/A; needs to be purchased
Clear Minnesota Title marked Reconstructed in the name of the seller
Engine # 25 JDCB 12457
Frame # 25 F 10883 Stamped on the upper frame tube and listed on the Title.
Belly # 25 13030, M4788
Valuation Resource Guide
Excellent suggested at $35,500 Very Good at $18,850 Good at $10,675
Harley Davidson shop manual and parts manual, service department bulletin and Shop Dope. Inside Harley Davidson book on the engineering of the motor company. New grips and floor board rubbers also included. Note the finished saddle in the pictures.