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1922 Harley Davidson J

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  Lot #374  (Sale Order: 93 of 213)  
Sold for: $19,500.00 to onsite
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An excellent running 1922 Harley J Model with great old original patina. Starts well, idles smoothly, runs excellent, shifts excellent, etc... The bike is original and has non-skid white tires. It is magneto fired, and the left hand throttle controls the magneto and advance and retard. The bike is fitted with both front and rear lighting and has an original 1922 license plate. These pre-1925 Long Tank Harleys are getting hard to find in good running original condition. This bike has been gone through by Dave Fusiac, the well known Model J guru in the AMCA and he says it is the best running J that he has ever ridden. Great fun to ride and it attracts a lot of attention wherever it goes. Sold with a Bill of Sale.

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This item is part of Las Vegas Vintage Motorcycle Auction 2010
 Saturday, Jan 9, 2010 | 9:00 AM  Pacific

1922 Harley Davidson J
1922 Harley Davidson J
Lot number: 374
Seller: MidAmerica Auctions
Event: Las Vegas Vintage Motorcycle Auction 2010
Ends: Saturday, January 9 | 9:00 AM  Pacific

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