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2008 harley-davidson dyna in gauteng

2008 Harley-Davidson FAT BOB

R 134,000

Mileage: 21000 km

Region: Gauteng

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2005 harley-davidson dyna in kwazulu-natal

2005 Harley-Davidson WILDE GLIDE

R 109,000

Mileage: 19551 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2004 harley-davidson softail in kwazulu-natal

2004 Harley-Davidson FAT BOY SPECIAL

R 149,000

Mileage: 14053 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Purple Custom

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2009 harley-davidson softail in kwazulu-natal

2009 Harley-Davidson SOFTAIL ROCKER

R 149,000

Mileage: 274 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Red Custom

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2006 harley-davidson softail in kwazulu-natal

2006 Harley-Davidson SOFTAIL ROCKER

R 115,000

Mileage: 20092 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Vivid Black

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2005 harley-davidson touring in kwazulu-natal

2005 Harley-Davidson ELECTRA GLIDE

R 115,000

Mileage: 33500 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1585 cc

2001 harley-davidson touring in kwazulu-natal

2001 Harley-Davidson ELECTRA GLIDE

R 89,000

Mileage: 24000 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black Custom

Engine Size: 1585 cc

Harley-Davidson Bike History

Founded out of a small shed in 1903 by William S. Harley and brothers Arthur and Walter Davidson in Milwaukee, Wisconsin producing traditional cruiser motorcycles utilizing air-cooled V-Twin engines.

When Harley and Davidson produced and sold their first motorcycle in 1903, they were one of many small motorcycle marques springing up across the country. Flash forward more than a century and the Harley-Davidson brand is so rooted in American culture that the history of the company intertwines with the history of America itself.

Harley-Davidson produced many motorcycles for United States Military during both world wars.
In the early '30s, its only surviving domestic rival was Indian. Again H-D expanded in peacetime and found itself producing high quantities of bikes for the American military during World War II [press material cites its wartime motorcycle production at 90,000 units].

Post-war WW2, Harley-Davidson developments include the introduction of the Sportster in 1957, the oldest production model in the current H-D line-up, as well as other signature H-D models.

Harley experienced changes in ownership in the '60s, going public in 1965 and eventually merging with American Machine and Foundry [AMF] in 1969. A decline in fortunes saw AMF sell its stake back to current ownership, which included members of the founding families, in the early '80s. The Davidson family's involvement in the day-to-day running of H-D continues, with direct descendent Willie G. Davidson serving as President of Styling.

The '80s and '90s saw the introduction of model families that continue to this day, like the Softail, FLT and Road King lines, joining classic models like the Electra Glide. In the '90s Harley-Davidson also solidified its hold over Buell motorcycles, taking a controlling stake in the American sportbike/street bike manufacturer and selling Buell motorcycles at many H-D dealers.

ENGINES

One constant of Harley-Davidson, since almost the very beginning, has been the use of 45-degree air-cooled V-Twins.