Congratulations to Robert Horn, who was the first to identify the bike equipped with this Showa fork to be a Harley-Davidson XLCR. And in this case, it’s the newest bike up on the auction site – a 1977 XLCR with just 226 miles!
I’ll detract a tenth of a point as Robert said it was a ’78 – the first person to identify it as a ’77 was Mark Fisher. Either way, well done!
If you’re interested in acquiring this low mileage XLCR (which happens to be in Australia) for yourself, you can find it here on Iconic Motorbike Auctions Powered by Bike-urious with an unmet opening bid of $1,000.