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Harley Davidson Motorcycle Models List By V Twin Engine

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Harley Davidson Motorcycle Models by Type

Harley Davidson Motorcycle Super Glides Models by Type

Harley Davidson Motorcycle FXR Series Models by Type

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Harley Davidson Motorcycle Models List By V Twin Engine
Engine Types  Years Capacities
V-Twin .
F-Head 1909 – 09 50, 61, 74 cu. in.
8-valve 1916 – 00 61 cu. in.
Flathead 1908 – 74 45, 55, 74, 80 cu. in.
Knucklehead 1936 – 47 61, 74 cu. in.
Panhead 1948 – 65 61, 74 cu. in.
Shovelhead 1966 – 84 74, 80 cu. in.
Evolution 1984 – date 80 cu. in.
Sportster 1957 – 85 55, 61 cu. in.
Evo Sportster 1986 – date 883, 1100, 1000cc
VR1000 1994 1000cc
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Models List By Chassis
Chassis  Years Engine
Chassis Name .
Hydra-Glide 1949 – 57 61, 74 cu. in.
Tele-Glide 1951 – 59 105, 165 cc
Duo-Glide 1958 – 64 74, cu. in.
Electra Glide 1965 – date 74, 80 cu. in.
Tour Glide 1980 – date 80 cu. in.
Dyna Glide 1966 – 84 80 cu. in.
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Models List Model Name
Model Code  Model Name Years Capacities
Sportster .
XL, XLH, XLCH Sportster 1957 – 71 55 cu. in. 
XLH, XLCH Sportster 1970 – 85 61 cu. in. 
XLT Tourer 1977 – 78 61 cu. in. 
XLCR Cafe Racer 1977 – 78 61 cu. in. 
XLS Roadster 1979 – 85 61 cu. in. 
XLH Hugger 1980 – 85 61 cu. in. 
XLX-61 Sportster 1983 – 85 61 cu. in. 
VR1000 Café Racer 1983 – 84 61 cu. in. 
XLH Evo Sportster 1986 – date 883, 1100, 1000cc
XLH Hugger 1987 -- date 883cc
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Glide Models by Type
Model Type  Model Name Years Capacities
Glides .  
FL, FLH Electra Glide 1965 – date 74, 80 cu. in.
FLT Tour Glide 1979 – 90 80 cu. in. 
FLHS Electra Glide Sport 1988 – 93 80 cu. in. 
FLHTC Ultra Classic 1989 – date 80 cu. in. 
FLTC Ultra Classic Tour 1989 – 93 80 cu. in. 
FLHR Road King 1994 - date 80 cu. in. 
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Super Glides Models by Type
Model Type  Model Name Years Capacities
Super Glides .
FX, FXE Super Glide 1971 – 84 74, 80 cu. in.
FXS, FXSB Low Rider 1977 – 85 74, 80 cu. in.
FXEF Fat Bob 1979 – 80 74, 80 cu. in.
FXWG Wide Glide 1980 – 85 80 cu. in. 
FXB Sturgis 1980 – 80 80 cu. in. 
FXST Softail 1984 – 90 80 cu. in. 
FXEF Fat Bob 1985 80 cu. in. 
FXSTC Softail Custom 1986 – date 80 cu. in. 
FLST Heritage Softail 1987 – 90 80 cu. in. 
FXSTC Heritage Classic 1988 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXSTS Springer Softail 1988 – date 80 cu. in. 
FLSTF Fat Boy 1990 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide 1993 – date 80 cu. in. 
FLSTN Heritage Nostalgia 1933 – date 80 cu. in. 
Harley Davidson Motorcycle FXR Series Models by Type
Model Type  Model Name Years Capacities
FXR Series .
FXR Super Glide II 1980 – 83 80 cu. in.
FXRT Sport Glide 1983 – 90 80 cu. in.
FXRDG Disc Glide 1984 80 cu. in.
FXRS Low Glide 1984 – 85 80 cu. in. 
FXRC Low Glide Custom 1985 80 cu. in. 
FXRS Low Rider 1986 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXRS – SP Low Rider Sport  1986 – 93 80 cu. in. 
FXRD Sport Glide Tourer 1986 80 cu. in. 
FXR Super Glide 1986 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXLR Low Rider Custom 1987 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXRS – CONV Low Rider Cony 1989 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXDB Sturgis 1991 80 cu. in. 
FXDB Daytona 1990 80 cu. in. 
FXDC Dyna Glide Custom 1990 80 cu. in. 
FXDL Dyna Low Rider 1993 – date 80 cu. in. 
FXDS – CONV Dyna Low Rider Cony 1994 - date 80 cu. in. 
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Harley Sportster
The
Harley Sportster era begans in 1957 when Harley Davidson introduced an overhead-valve, 54-cubic-inch engine (883cc). Before that, Harley motorcycles were side-valves (Flatheads). In 1957, Harley Davidson released the overhead-valve cylinder heads, which gave the motorcycle increased horsepower and performance. Today there are many iterations of the Sportster.  

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Aermacchi
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In 1960 Harley Davidson buys half interest in Aermacchi of Italy and imports the Sprint, a 250cc 4-stroke single
Harley History 1910
Harley Motorcycle Logo
The famed Harley Davidson"Bar & Shield" logo is used for the first time in 1910. It is trademarked at the U.S. Patent office one year later.

Harley Jersey

Some Class
That's what everybody will say when you step out in this Harley-Davidson racing jersey. It's the same jersey the Harley-Davidson racing stars and hill climb men have been wearing the past few years. The color is a knockout, dark green body and orange sleeves. It's also got three inch high letters that will tell 'em a mile off what motorcycle you ride.
Harley
Davidson Panhead
 

In 1948, the FL, with redesigned rocker covers for the cylinder head, got the name of Panhead. Hydraulic valve lifters caused less engine noise, ran cooler with aluminum heads, and needed less maintenance.

Harley Dealerr

In 1907, at age 14, Dudley Perkins rode his first Reading Standard Cycle. Perkins along with Al Maggini opened their own Harley-Davidson dealership in California . They promoted the bikes by racing them. As world war II was coming to an end, Dudley Perkins saw the need to purchase the 80,000 plus bikes produced by H-D for the military. He had them repainted and ready for sale as the war ended. Dealer sales escalated as the veterans demand for bikes came into full swing.  
 

     
 
 
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