1969 Harley-Davidson FLH Police Bike

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For 1969, Willie G. Davidson debuted a new touring screen for the Electra Glide that would become part of its popular face for years. Just a few months later, H-D would become part of AMF. Here’s a lovely ex-Police hack from those days. Factory police sidecars are quite rare (in fact, nowadays they’re just about non-existent), but there are a few police departments that swear by them, particularly in cities with inclement winter weather. One such city is Washington DC, where Harley sidecars have played a significant role in the pomp and circumstance of presidential inaugurations.

This example (VIN: 69FL15159) features a foot clutch and a tank shifter, but obviously the reason why it stands out is the due to the livery, siren, and lights. It has 11,777 miles and the seller provides a little video to show off the siren and startup.

Find this Police H-D for sale in Zieglerville, Pennsylvania with a BIN of $24,995 here on eBay.

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