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Old 10-03-2014, 08:07 PM   #1
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What model of Harley is this.

Can you guess I forgot about this model
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Old 10-03-2014, 08:18 PM   #2
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AMF was the parent company for harley for a few years in the late 70's or early 80's. They all were AMF harley Davison. I had a sportster that was an amf harley.
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Another hint. Sold in the north only.
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Harley-Davidson, acquired by American Machine and Foundry in 1969, was purchased back from AMF by a group of 13 Harley executives just 12 years later....from some harley site....I remember the AMF Harleys
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Yeah Harley expanded their model line to include this model
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Isn't that when the quality dropped substantially and gave Harley their bad Rep?
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Interesting fact: When Harley was owned by AMF they also made golf carts. Three-wheeled ones. My dad has one of these, a 1977, I believe. 2 stroke 250cc motor, the thing is a beast. And he can say he owns a Harley.
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Lol rowdy good job. I was visiting bills bike barn a must stop in Pennsylvania. All kinds of bikes. When I get back will post up some other one of a kind bikes.
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Interesting fact: When Harley was owned by AMF they also made golf carts. Three-wheeled ones. My dad has one of these, a 1977, I believe. 2 stroke 250cc motor, the thing is a beast. And he can say he owns a Harley.
I wrecked one of those. Still have a scar.

If you see a piece of sheet plastic blowing along and you happen to be driving a 3 wheeled, gas powered Harley golf cart as fast as it will go....

Don't lean out to grab the plastic as you go by. You will inadvertently give the steering bar a little tug, the cart will veer to the right and tip up onto 2 wheels.
That's when inertia takes over. As the cart goes right, you will continue going straight and once again you will be reminded that sometimes, gravity is not your friend.
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I wrecked one of those. Still have a scar.

If you see a piece of sheet plastic blowing along and you happen to be driving a 3 wheeled, gas powered Harley golf cart as fast as it will go....

Don't lean out to grab the plastic as you go by. You will inadvertently give the steering bar a little tug, the cart will veer to the right and tip up onto 2 wheels.
That's when inertia takes over. As the cart goes right, you will continue going straight and once again you will be reminded that sometimes, gravity is not your friend.
You should have it listed under your bikes.
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