Harley Davidson Single

Harley Davidson Single

By 1913 Harley Davidson began to make its way to the forefront of American motorcycle manufacturers. The upgraded single cylinder line-up of machines featured standard magneto ignition and new mechanical intake valve, which helped to boost horsepower an impressive 20 percent over previous year models. The company also took to the racing game, hiring engineer William Ottaway to assist William Harley and develop a successful racing program. Ottaway’s influence on the company would be evident for decades onward. This 1913 Harley Davidson Model 9-B is preserved in the original paint and remains in running and operating condition. The machine shows very low wear, and still features original seat, grips and chains. This motorcycle has been owned by the same family since new, and will be offered for sale for the first time in over a century. Sold with a Bill of Sale.

High Bid: $70,000
  • Lot #: 143
  • Year: 1913
  • Model: Single
  • Engine Size: Single
  • Engine #: 4633D
  • Title Status: Bill of Sale
Auction
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2013 Las Vegas Antique Motorcycle Auction
  • January 10, 11, & 12, 2013
  • Las Vegas, Nevada