SELLING WITH RESERVE
1975 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLH
In the mid 1970’s, the Harley Davidson factory was owned by the parent company that went by the name of “American Machine and Foundry”, better known as AMF. In 1981, the factory was bought back in house by Willy G. Davidson and the other dedicated employees. The motorcycles that were produced in the AMF time period got a bad rap for being undependable. Looking back, the issues that these bikes were plagued with were directly related to the lack of management and quality control under the AMF flag. Fast forward 47 years and, after being rebuilt a number of times, all of the bugs and gremlins have been worked out of these survivors and they are just as solid as any Harley built before or after that time period. The current livery on this motorcycle is showing its age, so a fresh paint job and updating would do it a world of good, although, if the patina look is what you are after, this bike has that going on and will serve you well as she is. The bike has been maintained by “The Shop” out of Montalvo, CA, but, with that said, having been on static display for the past year, it will need a good inspection and service before getting back on the road. Currently registered and selling with a CA title.