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Police Replica – 1967 Moto Guzzi V7

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In 2009, the seller acquired this V7 from Bob Farris, a Moto Guzzi collector who had sourced the necessary items to create a Police replica but wasn’t able to complete all the work. Well, now it’s just about complete – everything is said to work except for the police radio, and the true mileage is unknown.

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1985 Harley-Davidson FXRP

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The FXR was an important model for Harley in their quest to show the world that they were still relevant after buying out AMF’s ownership interest. One way they tried to compete with the Japanese was to counter the dominance of the Kawasaki KZ1000 in police forces with the FXRP.

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1974 Norton Commando Hi-Rider

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When “Easy Rider” exponentially increased the popularity of choppers around the world, it was inevitable that certain businesses would try to ride the wave. What was surprising was that one of those companies was Norton, who created the “Hi-Rider” variant of the Commando to counteract the popularity of big Japanese motorcycles like the Honda CB750. It looked silly – in …

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#7 – 2010 Confederate P120 Fighter

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7-19-19 Update: Almost a year later, this Fighter has made its way to Facebook. The mileage seems to be the same at just over 300, and the seller seems confident that his last showing on eBay isn’t what the market will bear, so find this Confederate Fighter for sale in Austin, Texas for $70,000 here on Facebook Marketplace. Post Listing …

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1959 Harley-Davidson XLCH Sportster

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Post Sale Update: This XLCH sold for $8,700 after 17 bids on eBay in Cohoes, New York. This XLCH was restored by the seller 7 years ago, and it was later featured in Issue #330 of American Iron. The seller has suffered a back injury that stops him from kick starting, so he’s letting this go to a new owner …