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1963 Harley-davidson G on ns1.2040-motos

US $27,500.00
YearYear:1963 MileageMileage:28 ColorColor: Black & White
Location:

Bohemia, New York, United States

Bohemia, New York, United States
1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson G photos

1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 2 1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 3 1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 4 1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 5 1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 6 1963 Harley-Davidson G, US $27,500.00, image 7

Harley-Davidson G tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):45 TypeType:Servicar

Harley-Davidson G description

ALL ORGINAL **NOT RESTORED**

Historical,  Last year for the Kick Start

Selling my 1963 All Original Police Servi-Car

 Model G

Original 28,883 Miles

 45 cubic inch Flathead

3 speed  Forward and Reverse

3 wheel  Drum brakes

6 Volt electric system

length:  2,540 mm (100.0 inches)

width:   1,219 mm (48.0 inches)

Wheelbase:        1,549 mm (61.0 inches)

Fuel capacity:     12.87 litres (3.40 gallons)

 

I have owned since April 2000

Runs Great!  Kicks Over Easy and usually on One attempt.

Could use a lower exhaust manifold pipe however the current original one operates.

Oil Changed yearly, even though it only does a couple of miles a year.

Rebuilt motor in 2001

Rebuilt Transmission in 2006

 

AMCA (Antique Motor Club of America) Judged as WINNERS  CIRCLE  STATUS

as All Original Motorcycle (in normal words it is an Excellent Example of an Original motorcycle that has survived the decades with factory paint and equipment intact)

Motorcycles entered in the AMCA judging program progress through four award categories, each with more-stringent requirements: Junior Second, Junior First, Senior and Winners Circlewww.antiquemotorcycle.org

This was an active police vehicle and has the dings, dongs and scratches for the work performed.

Original Parts, Paint, Police accessories and NOS parts.

This Servi-car has History representing its era well after its active work duty, it has been at Multiple events including Ground Zero Memorials in NYC and Washington DC Police weeks, AMCA meets  all over East Coast  and other local events,  it has been mounted by Harley Davidson CEO Jeff Bleustein  and Walter Davidson Granddaughter  Jean Davidson and featured incmagazines   Many photos as evidence.

Serious Buyers may contact me with any questions.

Thanks for checking it out and Happy Bidding!



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