One of the many Italian-built Aermacchis with a Harley-Davidson logo on the tank, the Sprint SS350 was introduced in 1969 with a bigger motor (the previous Sprint had a 250) as Harley tried to fight off competition from the Japanese. The Sprint was available in two forms: the SX had some off-road flavor with knobbies, high fenders, and a scrambler exhaust, while the SS had 1-into-2 low pipes.
Basic specs include 25 horsepower, 323 pounds, and a top speed around 90 miles per hour. The 344cc overhead valve single was paired with a four-speed transmission. For more information on the Sprint, check out this story on Motorcycle Classics.
This example has 2,508 miles and the seller says it’s being recommissioned after many years in storage. The term “recommissioned” is somewhat generous, and the seller only details an oil change, new spark plug, and new battery. Depending on the sale price, the seller may include some shop manuals and parts books.
Find this SS350 for sale in Eugene, Oregon for $3,950 here on Craigslist.