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1966 Harley-Davidson Sprint


1966 Harley-Davidson Sprint Pictures
Both street and on/off-road Scrambler models enjoyed a fair amount of competition success.
Both street and on/off-road Scrambler models enjoyed a fair amount of competition success.

Although it was unlike Harley's traditional products of the time, the 1966 Harley-Davidson Sprint motorcycle was quite popular with buyers.

A Harley ad of the time asked, "Would you like to quarterback 250cc of hustle?"
A Harley ad of the time asked, "Would you like to quarterback 250cc of hustle?"
The crankcase cover read "Harley-Davidson," but the overhead-cam single was built by Aermacchi of Italy and came with a right-side shifter.
The crankcase cover read "Harley-Davidson," but the overhead-cam single was built by Aermacchi of Italy and came with a right-side shifter.
Harley's Sprint-based CR250 flat-tracker was a competitive mount right out of the box.
Harley's Sprint-based CR250 flat-tracker was a competitive mount right out of the box.

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