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1976 Harley-davidson Xr 750 Cruiser on 2040motos

US $19,000.00
YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Charleston, South Carolina, US

Charleston, SC, US
1976 Harley-Davidson XR 750  Cruiser , US $19,000.00, image 1

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TypeType:Cruiser Stock NumberStock Number:AMA2181 PhonePhone:8886590459

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1976 Harley-Davidson XR 750 , If interested call 888-659-0459 and ask for Peter! RACE READY! COMPLETELY REFURBISHED

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Tue, 09 Oct 2012

Americans reported 46,667 motorcycle thefts in 2011, a 6% decrease from 49,791 stolen motorcycles in 2010, reports the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Despite the drop in reported thefts, the non-profit organization representing nearly 1100 property and casualty insurance companies says the theft rate still averages out to one motorcycle stolen every 11 minutes in the U.S. The numbers were published in the NICB’s 2011 ForeCAST Report which examined theft reports as well as recoveries.

Wesll Quad Prototype

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Harley-Davidson Hires ex-GM Engineer Federico

Thu, 08 May 2014

Harley-Davidson has hired a former General Motors engineer and executive, most recently recognized for leading the automaker’s internal investigation of its ignition switch fiasco that resulted in a recall of 2.6 million vehicles. Jim Federico retired from GM on May 5 after working in various roles with the company over nearly four decades, most recently as executive director of global vehicle integration. Federico will join Harley-Davidson on June 2 as vice president of engineering.

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