1943 Harley-Davidson WLC Motorcycle $ reduced. — luxury vehicle For Sale






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Fixed price: 
US $15.300.00
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Last update: 
12.08.2017
Make:
Model: 
WLC 45 stroker
Sub Model: 
WLC motor
Item Location: 
Fort Pierce, Florida, United States
Type: 
Bobber
Exterior Color: 
Candy Teal powder coat
Engine Size: 
900
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
1,340
Year: 
1943










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Description for luxury vehicle 1943 Harley-Davidson WLC Motorcycle $ reduced.

  What we have here is a Shipped Free, 1943 WLC Canadian Harley-Davidson 45 cu. in. military motor in a Paughco frame with rebuilt 4 speed, ratchet top gear box.  This bike is about 40 horsepower, up from the stock 23 HP. It has been stroked to 55 cu. in. using Truett&Osborn 4 5/8 stroker flywheels, with T&O short stroker pistons. Motor has 3/16" larger intake valves, reground hot cams by Jim Leineweber have been lightened a total of 3 lbs. of spinning weight. None of the parts have been weakened. The mods are definately not detramental to the longevity of this beautifully built motor. carb is exactly mated to the manifold and intake ports and ported to a 320 finish.
  The color is candy teal powder coat with computer generated Gold Leaf striping. Gorgeous, it gets many compliments. I sometimes have women sit on this bike and I make a photo with their phone. Good way to meet chicks. The frame is powder coated in Sherwood green. It has a lined, 1966 Triumph Bonneville tank( There's a small powder coater's thumb print on the right front of the tank. Notice the right side photio of the tank. This is where the print is and it's hardly noticable so I left it there as the bike was finished when the the thumb print showed itself. Well made Paughco Z handlebars with tach and Kilometer speedo(the first MPH speedo broke and I had this KPH layin around so I installed it to keep fron getting a ticket.    Paughco, 1 3/4", upsweep side pipes that have a super throaty growl, along with Paughco Oil tank and tranny plate. Standard 12 V generator with Cycle Electrics generator end regulator.              Ignition is auto-advance, points & condensor.      
  Two high intensity head lights, with their own switch  adjoin a 4" main headlight that will burn the paint off the on-coming cars. It contains a daytime running light (few can see it but It covers the law.) I like brighter lights for daytime use. There is a lit up"volt meter" between them. This primary belt drive, kick start Harley usually starts with two chokes(let it sit 3 minutes) and one, stern, ignition kick.... usually does the WoooBaaa,  trick. 
  530 "O" ring chain to the rear wheel. 22t trans sprocket and 48 rear sprocket. 3 position key switch on right side, mounted on kick start cover. Very strong rear fender struts make it easy to mount a second seat on the rear fender for your best girl. The motor has nickle plated aluminum heads and cam cover...Nice.
  "The Mouse that Roard" has a "Alongside the left side of the tank", jockey shift lever, with Indian knob, and a left side rocker clutch pedal (1913 to 1964). Takes a couple days to get proficient at it...most folks eventually get it)
  Pics show a slide type carb with green air cleaner. This ran poorly so I installed an M51 Linkert, with good air filter and she runs very well these days. 60 mph is 2500 rpm on the tach. "530, O" ring rear chain. She has 1,340 miles under her in the year since she was built. The pics tell most but questions are welcome. Leave nothing to specuation, please.
  I have been messin with motorcycles since 1958 and have done up 61 thus far. 
  This one's name is  "The mouse that roared." and is my 60th, with a 63 pan chop being the 61st. I am now building a 1936 VLH, 80 cu. in., with this "one year only motor."
  I also rebuild Linkert & Shebler carbs, at $100 plus parts with a one day turnaround, if possible. I rebuild  F head, flathead, knucklehead and panhead motors at $30 per hour kept to the minute. That's $.05 per minute, gang.
Questions: Florida George Quinn 772-201-4242 9 to 9 est, any day. Free shipping within the CONUS. I have a very fair shipper at $600 to anywhere, any state. Buyer calls him to ship and I pay them. Immediate non-refundable, $500.00 deposit due upon winning. We agree on the final after communications. Check my feedback.
Whitewalls rule...See ya at the strip...Fla George







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